Explore Maumee Bay State Park with Ryan Jacob, Staff Ornithologist, Black Swamp Bird Observatory, in this expertly led live broadcast from a favorite location for fall migration in northwest Ohio.
FALL WARBLER CHALLENGE SERIES 2020
Program: 'The Place To Be: Ohio's Birding Network" Live Broadcast
Presenter: Ryan Jacob, Staff Ornithologist, Black Swamp Bird Observatory (BSBO)
Recorded: Thursday, September 17, 2020 from 9:00 to 10:00 AM (EDT)
Description: Watch this recorded LIVE morning bird walk led and narrated by Ryan Jacob at Maumee Bay State Park on Thursday, September 17, 2020, from 9:00 to 10:00 AM (EDT). You'll learn about this beautiful conserved natural area near the southern shores of Lake Erie, what you might expect when looking for fall warblers, and much more about fall warbler identification and species habits in this expertly led bird walk.
Ryan Jacob is a native to northwest Ohio who discovered his passion for birds while working as a naturalist for the state park system. This passion quickly evolved into a focus on research and education. Ryan currently works with Black Swamp Bird Observatory as one of their primary bird banders, with an unabashed bias for warblers. With years of experience in the field and a penchant for teaching, Ryan is also a certified bird banding trainer through the North American Banding Council.
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