Birders enjoyed a sunny warm summer day at Acacia Reservation, a former golf course returning to nature. Baltimore Orioles nest here, as well as numerous Barn Swallows. Two Bald Eagles flew over, as did three Green Herons and two Red-tailed Hawks.
Wendy Weirich will lead this walk at Acacia Reservation, a 155-acre former golf course returning to a natural state.
Speaker Series November 1, 2016-Acacia Reservation: From Fairways to Forests with Wendy Weirich, Director, Outdoor Experiences, Cleveland Metroparks
In the fall of 2012, Cleveland Metroparks received the generous gift of 155 acre Acacia Country Club. The gift came with the specific requirement to return the land to forests.
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