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Yesler Creek Wildlife 

Yesler creek history 

Site Description:

Yelser Creek Headwaters is defined as the wooded natural area approximately 3.4 acres in size, nestled within the boundaries of Burke-Gilman Playground Park, a 7.1 acre active recreation park with picnic and basketball facilities. 

Site Location: 

Yelser Creek restoration site is located in northeast Seattle, King County, SW 10 25 04.  The Seattle Parks property sits in a triangle bound on the southeast by Sand Point Way NE, with Burke Gilman Village Apartments on the east, to the north by the Burke Gilman Trail just south of NE 55th Street, and on the west by 40th Avenue NE.