OUR MISSION: To conserve and restore natural ecosystems and protect birds and other wildlife for the benefit of
humanity and biological diversity in south King County and the world we live in.
A Path Through the Woods

Osprey, Ring-necked Duck, and American Wigeon. Mixed woodlands and the adjacent 40-acre South King County Arboretum offer Ruby-crowned and Golden-crowned kinglets, Yellow-rumped Warblers, Northern Flicker, Purple Finch, and Pine Siskin.

Directions: Take Hwy. 169 east to Maple Valley. From 169, turn right onto Witte Rd. After .7 mile, turn left onto SE 248th St. Look on your left for the arboretum sign and parking.



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