How to protect Washington’s wildlife by making sure they don’t die
Posted September 28, 2018 05:08:24 A wildlife refuge is making its way into the Washington State Capitol, as the Capitol is being transformed into a multi-million dollar green space.
The refuge will be located near the Capitol rotunda.
The park will feature a nature center, wildlife viewing areas and a zoo, according to a news release.
The Capitol conservation plan calls for creating an eco-friendly sanctuary around the Capitol.
It calls for building a “green zone” around the area where wildlife congregates.
It includes creating a canopy canopy for wildlife that will protect them from wind and rain, as well as keeping vegetation and plants from growing in areas where wildlife is present.
The plan also includes using biodegradable materials to protect the wildlife.
“We have to make sure the wildlife doesn’t die.
It’s not about how much we give them, it’s about how we care for them,” said Rep. Rob Andrews, D-Fairfax, a former wildlife biologist.
“They’re here to live, they need to be protected.”
The Washington State Department of Natural Resources is working with the conservation organization, and the project is expected to take about six months to complete.
Andrews said the goal is to eventually create a green space for Washington’s endangered animals and plants.