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    Whitman Mission

    National Historic Site Washington

Research and Restoration

Doan creek

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Doan Creek Restoration
Whitman Mission National Historic Site is in the process of restoring Doan Creek. This will enhance the riparian habitat of the park, help existing wildlife, and allow for the reintroduction of fish passage from Mill Creek to Doan Creek. Learn more about the Doan Creek Restoration Project.
View toward hill with native grasses in foreground.

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Revegetation Program
In 1985, park staff began a revegetation project to control non-native weeds that had invaded the park. more . . .

Did You Know?

singing sparrow

Over 200 different species of birds can be found at Whitman Mission National Historic Site. A large proportion of these are migratory and wintering birds indicating the importance of the 139-acre parcel as a stop over for those species. More...