They have been officially "Certified" by the
National Wildlife Federation as a
Backyard Wildlife Community!
|Boni Biery is the Director of Sustainable Shoreline's|
Community Backyard Wildlife Project
“Now that we are certified we will continue our work to conserve the biodiversity of Shoreline. If you would like to help and/or certify your own habitat just let us” Biery said. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sustainable Shoreline Education Association
is the sponsor of this project. The Goal was to certify a required number of households, businesses, schools and parks and become the largest community in WA state to have done so thus far.
The Mission -
|White Crowned Sparrow at Feeder|
photo credit Linda Stein
|Warbler at Birdbath|
Photo Credit-Chris Southwick
|Wood Ducks at Th Cr Par #6|
photo credit-Don McCall
|Barred Owl in Th Cr Par #1|
Photo Credit-Kelly Dole
This summer the WOWTA (Where Our Wild Things Are) project, which featured a Garden Tour was "wildly" successful with hundreds of visitors attending.
Other elements of the project were -
• Champion Tree ID project
• Parks Restorations - Bruggers Bog and Ronald Bog planting projects
• Bird houses
• Bird Banding
The Leasership Team included -
Wendy Dipeso, Janet Way, Babrara
Christine Southwick, Bill Bear, Afia Menke
And many more....
|Signs provided by NWF to yards and parks that are certified.|
Way To Go SSEA!