A birding tour along the Lakefront of Lake County. Stops may include Mentor Headlands/Dunes; Mentor Marsh; and Mentor Lagoon. We will begin at the Lake Erie Bluffs, a 592 acre park along Lake Erie. The property is a mix of woodlands and fields that provides great habitat for migrating songbirds. There is a 50 foot tower that offers unique views of migrating waterfowl and other birds along the lake.
Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society | Urban Birding with David Lindo Week Nov 2-9, 2019
Event: Lake County Lakefront Bird Walk Tour
Date & Time: Tuesday, November 5, 2019 from 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Location: Lake Erie Bluffs Observation Tower, 2901 Clark Rd, Perry, OH 44081 Website
Leaders: Rebecca Donaldson, Naturalist, Cleveland Museum of Natural History; John Pogacnik, Biologist, and Andy Avram, Interpretive Manager and Avid Birder, Lake Metroparks, and Guest, David Lindo
Target Species: This time of the year is prime for migrating waterfowl, loons, and grebes as well as gulls. This is a real great time of the year for scoters, rare loons and grebes, and jaegers. Migrating songbirds are also a possibility with snow buntings and possibly winter finches.
Description: A birding tour along the Lakefront of Lake County. Stops may include Mentor Headlands/Dunes; Mentor Marsh; and Mentor Lagoon. We will begin at the Lake Erie Bluffs, a 592 acre park along Lake Erie. The property is a mix of woodlands and fields that provides great habitat for migrating songbirds. There is a 50 foot tower that offers unique views of migrating waterfowl and other birds along the lake.
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