Ten birders came out to the walk rescheduled from the previous week due to high winds. Red-winged Blackbirds were singing, setting up territories along the canal and the Cuyahoga River. While no Bald Eagles were sighted, a cooperative Northern Mockingbird was much enjoyed. - Penny O’Connor, Bird Walk Coordinator
Bald Eagles have been sighted recently in this area of the Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath. These and other birds are attracted to the outflow of relatively warm water from the NEORSD Southerly Wastewater Treatment Plant, where it empties into the Cuyahoga River.
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