"I'm here too because it puts together two real interests of mine: native plants and birds and this activity will promote both of those." ~ Karen Czerniawski
Cool Off and Refresh with Iced Coffee Anytime of Year! by Suzanne Aldrich, Bird-Friendly Coffee Coordinator
A great recipe to make delicious Birds & Beans®, Smithsonian Bird Friendly®, USDA Organic, Fair-Trade Certified Coffee!
Enjoy an early evening bird walk in Huntington Reservation. Meet at Lake Erie Nature and Science Center, 28728 Wolf Rd., Bay Village, OH 44140. Good chance to see Barred Owls as well as migrating warblers.
Will we see seven species of woodpecker on this walk? 'Tis the season. Downy, Hairy, Pileated and Red-bellied are year-round residents. Northern Flickers and Red-headed Woodpeckers are arriving for summer nesting.
New to birding? You will be amazed how much you can learn in this friendly group.
The Lake Erie Shore is a great place to see waterfowl and gulls. We will bird Huntington and then move to other areas along the lake shore, according to recent sightings.
Fall Migrants are still coming through. What can be seen here in October?
If you're committed to preserving habitats for migratory species, this opportunity may be for you!
Visitors will view the documentary film "The Messenger", a film about migratory birds and the dangers they are facing and explore EnviroFair, regional organization exhibitors dedicated to the preservation of bird species and environmental conservation.
Birders today enjoyed a hazy, pleasant day with crows and jays mobbing a raptor or owl unseen by any of the humans on the ground in the trees above Porter Creek by Lake Erie Nature and Science Center.
Seven Magnolia Warblers were among the six warbler species on this walk.
The shores of Lake Erie are prime staging spots for migrating birds on their way south from breeding grounds in Canada.
Special Event: "Bird Migration Knows No Boundaries" with Imad al-Atrash, Global Environmentalist, Wednesday, September 14, 2016
Every autumn and spring, half a billion birds of about 280 species pass over the Levant, including Palestine, Israel and Jordan, migrating between northern Europe to eastern and southern Africa.
Monthly Second Saturday walks are a great opportunity for birders of all skill levels to enjoy the woods and wetlands around the Cleveland Metroparks Rocky River Nature Center.
The Sandspit at Conneaut often attracts an array of exciting shorebirds. We are partnering together with Kirtland Bird Club for this field trip.
Summer is ending and we may see a hint of the start of fall migration.
A beautiful, mild July day with good company and great birds! Bobolinks, Horned Larks and shorebirds were highlights.
A highlight of the walk was an Acadian Flycatcher feeding her nestlings.
I have written a few stories and included some of my photography. I'll gladly share my pictures of these beautiful birds to help show everyone what we need to admire and protect!
I'm not a writer but I'm very passionate about nature. Here's some of my thoughts during "The big week".
The fourteen Second Saturday Birders on June 11, 2016 sited forty-five species in their exploration of the trails around the Rocky River Nature Center at the Rocky River Reservation in the Cleveland Metroparks, North Olmsted, Ohio.
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