Watch this video which highlights the students first visit to the preserve in October 2008!
ABOUT MORSE WILDLIFE PRESERVE
The Morse Wildlife Preserve was established by a donation of land from Lloyd and Maxine Morse. Situated at the headwaters of the north fork of Muck Creek, and consists of almost 100 acres.
A tremendous volunteer effort is under way to reintroduce native prairie plants, remove invasive plant species and foster the growth of the oak savannah. The Morse Force, which serves as the volunteer management team for the Preserve, holds monthly work parties to restore the wetland, prairie and upland habitats as well as building a board walk and new trails. The preserve is a mosaic of forests, wetlands, meadow and remnant prairie home to a variety of birds and wildlife.
NOTE: This private preserve is only open to the public for special events, scheduled field trips and Second Sundays at Morse (on the 2nd Sunday of the month from 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. between April and October (please arrive by 2 p.m. to allow time to explore the preserve).
In order to protect wildlife and people, pets are not permitted.
VOLUNTEER AT THE PRESERVE
If you are interested in volunteering at the preserve throughout the year, please call 253-565-9278 for information or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What to bring
Morse Wildlife Preserve will be open to the public on Second Sundays, April-October from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. (please arrive by 2 p.m.).
2019 Second Sundays dates:
Directions to Property
25415 70th Ave E., Graham, WA.
From I-5 take Exit 127 on to WA 512 East
From WA-512 East take the Pacific Ave/WA 7 Exit. Turn right (south) onto Pacific Ave/WA 7.
At the Roy “Y”, bear left, staying on WA 7.
Turn Left at 224th St E (at the Fred Meyer)
Turn Right onto 70th Ave E (at the light)
Property is on the left at the 25415 mailbox
Photography by Tahoma Audubon Society.