WCAS Virtual Field Trip Co-Coordinator Michelle Brosius leads a community meet up Wednesday, June 9, 2021 with participants of the WCAS Virtual Field Trip to Oberlin Preserve in May 2021.
WCAS Virtual Field Trip to Oberlin Preserve May 2021 Meetup Recording
WCAS Virtual Field Trip to Oberlin Preserve Meetup May 2021
Dates: May 1-31, 2021
Location: Oberlin Preserve, 46785 W Hamilton St, Oberlin, OH 44074 Park Map
Featured Bird Species: American Goldfinch and Spring Warblers
Notes: "In October 2015, Western Reserve Land Conservancy acquired this 63-acre property on the southern edge of the City of Oberlin in Lorain County. This property is part of what is considered the Oberlin Great South Woods. The site is on the south side of Hamilton Road, west of the Oberlin Ball Fields and the Lorain County Metro Parks-operated Splash Zone. The site is historically significant, having been a stop on the Underground Railroad and once owned by the family of John A. Copeland, Jr." [Western Reserve Land Conservancy] Oberlin Preserve opened to the public in August 2020 and consists of a restored native prairie habitat, as well as fields, woodlands, wet sedge meadow, and forested vernal pools. No restroom facilities on site.
Bird Walk Leader: Michelle Brosius, Director-at-Large and Field Trip Co-Coordinator, WCAS, invites birders to bird at a monthly designated field trip location and to share stories to a public digital scrapbook.
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