Join us for Hotspot Birding! Early migrant shorebirds such as Least, Semipalmated, Pectoral, Stilt, Solitary and Spotted Sandpipers, Short-billed Dowitcher and both Greater and Lesser Yellowlegs and of course, any rarities that might be around northeast Ohio!
Shorebird Hotspots Field Trip
Date & Time: Sat July 14, 2018 at 7:00am-11:30am
Meet Location: North Olmsted RTA Park & Ride, 5575 Great Northern Blvd, North Olmsted, OH at 7:00am Map
Birding Location: TBD based on bird activity and sightings (e.g., Middleburg Hts, OH or Bellevue, OH)
Leader: Tim Colborn
Target Species: Early Migrant Shorebirds
Description: Early migrant shorebirds such as Least, Semipalmated, Pectoral, Stilt, Solitary and Spotted Sandpipers, Short-billed Dowitcher and both Greater and Lesser Yellowlegs and of course, any rarities that might be around northeast Ohio! We’ll plan on meeting at the North Olmsted RTA Park and Ride, 5575 Great Northern Blvd., North Olmsted, OH 44070 Map
Directions to the North Olmsted RTA Park & Ride
Take I-71 S to Clague Rd in North Olmsted. Take exit 7 from I-480 W for 12 min (12.7 mi). Take Brookpark Rd and Columbia Rd to Great Northern Blvd for 7 min (2.6 mi). Use the middle lane to turn left onto Clague Rd. Use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto Brookpark Rd. Turn left onto Columbia Rd. Turn right onto Butternut Ridge Rd. Turn right at the 1st cross street onto Great Northern Blvd. Proceed to 5575 Great Northern Blvd, North Olmsted, OH.
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