Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society Field Trip to Huntington Beach and Lakefront Spots on Saturday, February 29, 2020
The Lake Erie lakefront can be great for waterfowl and gulls. Bald Eagles occasionally fly over in search of fish or other prey. We will start at Huntington Beach in Bay Village and move to other access points, depending on weather and sightings.
Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society Field Trip
Event: Field Trip to Huntington Beach and other Lakefront Spots
Date & Time: Saturday, February 29, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. Leap Year Day!
Location: Meet at 28648 Lake Rd., Bay Village, OH 44140 Map
Leader: Janice Farral
Target Birds: Waterfowl, Gulls, Bald Eagle
Description: The Lake Erie lakefront can be great for waterfowl and gulls. Bald Eagles occasionally fly over in search of fish or other prey. We will start at Huntington Beach in Bay Village and move to other access points, depending on weather and sightings. Bring a scope if you have one. Dress in warm layers. We will meet by the water tower, a.k.a. ice cream stand.
Directions: From Cleveland take Lake Rd. (Rte. 6) to Bay Village, or take I-90 to Columbia Rd. Go north to Lake Road. Turn west (left) on Lake Road. The main parking lot for Huntington Beach is on the north side of Lake Road. In Google maps, a good address to use is 28648 Lake Rd., Bay Village, OH 44140.
From the Archives: Field Trip to Huntington Reservation - Lake Erie Nature and Science Center February 2017 Report
"Barred Owls have nested next to Lake Erie Nature and Science Center for some years now, and the female of the pair sat quietly in the favorite tree on the edge of the ravine by Porter Creek. Red-headed Woodpeckers were very visible and active. Many birds were singing in the unusually warm weather. On Lake Erie, gulls and mergansers clustered over a school of fish, diving and quarreling over food."
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