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Northwest Trek Wildlife Park

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Since 1975, Northwest Trek Wildlife Park has been the best place to see wildlife native to the Pacific Northwest. We are dedicated to conservation, education, and recreation by displaying, interpreting and researching native northwest wildlife and their natural habitats, We've been recognized for over 25 years of high standards by the Association of Zoos & Aquariums. And, as stewards of a 725-acre forested park, we protect wild habitats with earth-friendly practices. 

We love sharing our park with our guests, near and far, and we love being able to use technology to connect students to nature!


Programs by Northwest Trek Wildlife Park

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*NEW!* Ask a Northwest TrExpert!

Bring a Northwest Trek expert to your classroom! Whether your students are working on projects about wildlife or investigating careers in the animal care field, this interactive, flexible Q&A/interview-style program is the perfect way to tap...


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Northwest Wildlife Investigators

Let your students become wildlife investigators with Northwest Trek! Students will have the opportunity to become community scientists and use their knowledge of animals to discover what mystery animal is living in the wild woods of our park...


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What Makes a Bird a Raptor?

What is a raptor? What makes a raptor different from other birds? Take an up-close look at some of these winged hunters that call Northwest Trek their home with a zookeeper and a naturalist from the Pacific Northwest's premier wildlife park!


More About This Provider

Type of Organization

Science Center/Zoo


MacKenzie Schaefer
11610 Trek Drive East
Eatonville WA 98328
United States

Primary Disciplines

The programs of Northwest Trek Wildlife Park cover:


Awards, Quotes, Testimonials

WOW! NW Trek's Virtual Field Trip on Raptors provided a
close up and personal experience for my students! Organized, Thoughtful,
Engaging Lesson Plan. I noticed students researching and asking each other
questions afterward. Thank You for inspiring my students to be life-long

Kim - Middle School Science and Math Teacher

"Thank you so much for helping our students discover the joy of Pacific Northwest animals. My class thoroughly enjoyed the presentation and have not stopped talking about it."

Trisha - 3rd grade teacher