Chimney Swift Tower at Walker Road Park - City of Bay Village Ohio by Amanda Sebrosky, Board Member and Founder, NEO Chimney Swift Conservation Society
The Chimney Swift tower that will be placed in Walker Park is nearly finished! Dan Enovitch, Director of Parks and Recreation for Bay Village and Jonathan Liskovec, Director of Public Services and Properties for Bay Village, have been extremely helpful in organizing approvals and helping decide the best places for the first of what we hope will be several towers in Bay Village.
Bird Safe Coffee by Amanda Sebrosky
It's easy to feel helpless but here is something that you can do to help -- and it's as easy as pouring yourself a cup-a-joe and kicking back to watch the birds.
Maintaining Chimney Swift Towers by Amanda Sebrosky, NEO Chimney Swift Conservation Society
Just like any house, Chimney Swift towers need maintenance. At times, a tower is built then, with time, falls into disrepair - project ends, interested parties move on. Whatever the reason, the birds suffer. The cap rots and falls in; wasps evict the rightful owners -- the Chimney Swifts. Northeast Ohio Chimney Swift Conservation Society aims to help repair abandoned or forgotten towers.
Fall Gathering 2020 of the Council of Ohio Audubon Chapters (COAC) by Nancy Howell
Canton Audubon presented on the Chimney Swift tower that was constructed and placed at Sippo Lake, one of the Stark Parks. Not only was the tower put in place, but interpretive signage was added for educating the public.
Watch September program videos and be sure to join us for WCAS Book of the Month presentations and discussions. You'll meet intriguing authors and connect with a community of learners reflecting on nature and human interaction.
Aptly named, Wood Ducks or Woodies, are ducks that like swampy forests as well as marshes. They easily perch in trees and can even cling to the side of a tree, woodpecker-like, for a short time due to long nails on their toes.
The Feathered Flyer blog publishes human interest stories about birding and habitat conservation.
After watching, ‘My Painted Trillium Quest' by Tom Fishburn, Kim Langley, WCAS Member said, “Wonderful! It was a lift just knowing that such a site exists and is being protected!”
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