Barred Owls have nested next to Lake Erie Nature and Science Center for some years now, and the female of the pair sat quietly in the favorite tree on the edge of the ravine by Porter Creek.
Bird the woods and fields of Huntington Reservation.
Carolina Wren, Northern Cardinals and Song Sparrows were singing, to name a few. A highlight of the walk was the sighting of ten Eastern Bluebirds, first spotted by birder Brent. American Tree Sparrows continued in good numbers as seen on the January walk.
This Second Saturday Bird Walk is led by three naturalists who have been birding and observing the natural environment of this conserved property for forty years.
A Cleveland Metroparks Event. A weekend celebrating the remarkable lives of hawks, eagles, owls, and falcons. Hikes, crafts, and presentations with live birds of prey!
Looking for new volunteer opportunities? Join us! We want to connect with bird and conservation-minded advocates to staff the Western Cuyahoga Audubon outreach and engagement table at upcoming public events.
Speaker Series February 7, 2017- Bumblebees of Ohio and the Great Lakes with Dr. Randall J. Mitchell, Professor of Biology, University of Akron
Dr. Randall Mitchell, from the University of Akron, will share with us bumble bee identification and how habitat management can help bumble bees in the program, "Bumblebees of Ohio and the Great Lakes".
Quarterly stories, reports, news and announcements dedicated to birding and environmental conservation activities in northern Ohio USA.
Publishing news, announcements and reports.
Christmas Bird Count-Lakewood Circle
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