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Urban Wildlife and Habitat Management Plan


The purpose of this Urban Wildlife and Habitat Management Plan is to provide the framework and guidelines for integrating natural and human systems in Seattle's park sand open spaces. The overall goal of the plan is to benefit both the people and the native wildlife that use these lands. This plan is intended to be an ongoing and dynamic part of the Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation's resource management efforts.

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