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Keep Wildlife Wild Day at Mount Rainier

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Date: August 13, 2012
Contact: Kirsten Anderson, 360-569-6578

Mount Rainier National Park will host its fourth annual Keep Wildlife Wild Day on Saturday, August 18, from 12 pm to 4 pm at Paradise in an effort to educate visitors on wildlife and the impacts we have on them. The day will focus on wildlife protection and education to keep Mount Rainier's wildlife wild. 

Mount Rainier will celebrate the day with presentations and educational programs. Interpretive Rangers and guest experts will present talks on native wildlife throughout the afternoon. There will be several activities for children to explore the world of Mount Rainier's wildlife. 

Join Mount Rainier in helping to keep wildlife wild!

Did You Know?

Trees and lush vegetation in the Carbon River Rainforest.

The Carbon River Valley receives about 70 - 90 inches of rain a year. Abundant rainfall and mild temperatures have created an inland temperate rainforest. Explore the Carbon River Rainforest on the 1/4 mile loop trail and learn about the rainforest ecosystem from exhibits located along the trail.