What’s New in Birding in Ohio
Tips for Birding in Ohio
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New eBird Hotspots
Simon Kenton Trail–County Line Road Access
There is a parking area for the Simon Kenton Trail on the north side of County Line Road near the intersection of County Line Road and OH-68.
Simon Kenton Trail–Woodburn Road Access
There is a parking area for the Simon Kenton Trail on the north side of Woodburn Road. This access is located just east of Cedar Bog State Nature Preserve.
Dickerson Church Road
Thanks to Jon Cefus for suggesting these hotspots and for providing tips for birding. Both of these roads traverse privately owned properties. Please view birds from the roadside only.
Thanks to Kent Miller for suggesting this hotspot. Ida Park is a small community park south of the intersection of US-30 and Cherry Street Southeast in Canton. Nimishillian Creek flows through the park.
West Lawn Cemetery
Thanks to Kent Miller for suggesting this cemetery in Canton as an eBird hotspot.
Blendon Woods Metro Park–Goldenrod Trail
Blendon Woods Metro Park–Thoreau Pond
Thanks to Kandace Glanville for providing photos of these hotspots.
Lake Erie Public Access Guide
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources has updated and put on the internet the Lake Erie Public Access Guide. This guide has access information about many birding sites on Lake Eire and on rivers that flow into the lake. Information about locations is being added to appropriate hotspot descriptions.