We hope to see shorebirds and summer residents, possibly in some non-public areas of the refuge. Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge is the only National Wildlife Refuge in Ohio.
Event: Field Trip to Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge
Date & Time: Saturday, August 5, 2017 at 9 a.m.
Location: Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge, 14000 OH-2, Oak Harbor, OH 43449 Map
Target Species: Shorebirds and summer residents
Leader: Justin Woldt ** Registration required **
Instructions: Meet by the Ottawa Visitor Center for a bus or tram tour just for Western Cuyahoga Audubon. We hope to see shorebirds and summer residents, possibly in some non-public areas of the refuge. Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge is the only National Wildlife Refuge in Ohio. Registration is required because of the capacity of the bus or tram. E-mail or call Penny O’Connor, Field Trip Coordinator at email@example.com or (216)676-4859
Directions: Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge is about 90 miles from Cleveland. The address is 14000 West State Route 2, Oak Harbor, OH 43449. Take I-90 west from Cleveland, staying right when Route 2 splits off. Continue west on Route 2 past Sandusky, Port Clinton, Camp Perry and the Davis-Besse Nuclear Plant. Route 2 will change from a superhighway to a two-lane road. Watch for the entrance to the refuge on the right side of the road, not far past Benton-Carroll Road.
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