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September 14, 2018

Analiese Burns, Habitat Restoration Manager
City of Bellingham Public Works

Guided Stream Tours in Bellingham 2018

Whatcom, Squalicum and Padden Creeks are among Bellingham's most valuable local natural resources, providing habitat for fish and wildlife and recreational opportunities for Bellingham citizens. The City of Bellingham's Habitat Restoration Program offers annual September Stream Tours to learn more about these waterways, how they have changed over time, what the City of Bellingham is doing to protect them and how you can help. The public is invited to join the following tours on Sept. 20 and Sept. 27. Squalicum Creek Tour, Thursday, Sept. 20, 6 p.m.: Meet at Sunset Pond Park, 1001 E. Sunset Drive, across the street from Sunset Pond Business Park. Padden Creek Tour, Thursday, Sept. 27, 6 p.m.: Meet at the Trailhead for Interurban Trail parking lot at 1815 Old Fairhaven Parkway just west of 20th Street. No cost, no RSVP necessary, all ages welcome. For more information, please contact us at habitat@cob.org. The City of Bellingham's Habitat Restoration Program is part of the Natural Resources division of Public Works. The Natural Resources division delivers meaningful, durable and cost-effective programs and natural resource services to the citizens of Bellingham to provide clean, abundant waters and intact ecosystems. Learn more at www.cob.org/environment.

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