Eagle Landing Park
Nature and wildlife within reach in a small neighborhood park.
Grant Providers, Links and Resources:
Washington Native Plant Society An excellent resource for information on native plants, WNPS has also helped get Eagle Landing Park started with volunteers and donated plants.
Burien Parks & Recreation Information on parks and programs.
Adopt-a-Park You can volunteer to help improve Eagle Landing Park and other Burien Parks.
Seattle Audubon Information on birding and the preservation of habitat.
Sarvey Wildlife Center The animal rescue organization that has rehabilitated two eagles from this nesting site.
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation A source of grant funding for the creation of ELP.
Trust for Public Land Provided assistance in making ELP possible.
King Conservation District Another source of grant funding.
EarthCorps Has provided volunteers and expertise for invasive plant removal.
Watershed (WRIA) Planning for Salmon Habitat in King County, Washington Grant source.
Washington Wildlife and Recreation Coalition Grant provider.
Salmon Recovery Funding Board in Washington State Grant provider.
Environmental Science Center in Seahurst Park An educational resource.
Ivyout: Washington Native Plant Society Informative.
Washington Community Forestry Council Tools for preserving and enhancing urban trees.