Eastern Meadowlarks and Eastern Bluebirds are among the many species to be seen here. Black River Audubon has maintained 70 bluebird boxes in the area. Carlisle Reservation is the largest in Lorain County Metro Parks, 1,917 acres. We will walk trails in the Equestrian Area, which has grassland, forest and some ponds.
Event: Field Trip to Carlisle Reservation Equestrian Area
Date: Sunday, March 26, 2017
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Location: Carlisle Reservation, Equestrian Area, Lorain County Metro Parks, Oberlin, OH 44074
Leader: Harry Spencer
Target Species: Eastern Meadowlarks, Eastern Bluebirds
Description: Eastern Meadowlarks and Eastern Bluebirds are among the many species to be seen here. Black River Audubon has maintained 70 bluebird boxes in the area. Carlisle Reservation is the largest in Lorain County Metro Parks, 1,917 acres. We will walk trails in the Equestrian Area, which has grassland, forest and some ponds.
Directions from Cleveland: Take I-480 west to Rt. 10/20. Take Rt. 10/20 west to Rt. 301 South/ LaGrange Rd. exit. Turn left onto Rt. 301 South. Drive a short distance to the second intersection on your right, Nickel Plate - Diagonal Rd., which is right after the Carlisle Township Fire Department. Follow Nickel Plate - Diagonal Rd 2.3 miles, past the Duck Pond Picnic Area and the Carlisle Visitor Center. The entrance to the Equestrian Center will be on your right.
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