Mount Rainier National Park will host its fourth annual Keep Wildlife Wild Day on Saturday.
The program, from noon-4 p.m. at Paradise, is part of the park’s effort to educate visitors on wildlife and the impacts that humans have on animals that live in the park.
The day will focus on wildlife protection and education to keep Mount Rainier’s wildlife wild.
The event will include presentations and educational programs. Interpretive Rangers and guest experts will present talks on native wildlife throughout the afternoon. Also on schedule for the day are several activities for children to explore the world of Mount Rainier’s wildlife.
For more information, contact Kirsten Anderson at Kirsten_Anderson@ partner.nps.gov or 360-569-6578.