Chimney Swift Tower in Walker Road Park by Amanda Sebrosky, Founder, Northeast Ohio Chimney Swift Conservation Society
A Chimney Swift tower was placed in Walker Road Park in February of 2021. My thanks go out to the craftsmen in the City of Bay Village service department for building the tower as well as to Bay Village City Council, Jonathan Liskovec, Director of the Public Services and Properties department and Dan Enovitch, Director of Parks and Recreation, who supported this project from the start.
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