Ryan Jacob, Black Swamp Bird Observatory, records live from Maumee Bay State Park - a personal favorite for fall migration in northwest Ohio.
With the WCAS Fall Warbler Challenge permitting you to travel throughout the county in which you live, this event may provide new and promising areas where fall warblers may be found. Several counties will be reviewed including Cuyahoga and others.
Speaker Series 2018-2019: “One Green Space for All: Areas Significant for Migratory and Breeding Birds"
Follow a set of railroad tracks, walk near abandoned industrial sites, check out an old cemetery … birds love these areas and many would be surprised how areas such as these are being used by birds while on migration as a resting/feeding stop, or for nesting.
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Bird Walk Reports
Christmas Bird Count-Lakewood Circle
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