The shores of Lake Erie are prime staging spots for migrating birds on their way south from breeding grounds in Canada.
What can be seen here in September? Follow this link to Ebird: http://bit.ly/296CYlL
Lake Erie Nature and Science Center is located at: 28728 Wolf Road, Bay Village, OH 44140. For a map and directions visit: http://www.wcasohio.org/Lake_Erie_Nature_and_Science_Center.htm
From the West, via Interstate 90 East:
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Western Cuyahoga Audubon at Lake Erie Nature and Science Center
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