East Sandusky Bay MetroPark–Wyandot Wetland Meadows Preserve

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East Sandusky Bay MetroPark–Wyandot Wetland Meadows Preserve
Coordinates: 41.4173778, -82.6213589
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About Wyandot Wetland Meadows Preserve
The 84 acre Wyandot Wetland Meadows Preserve is the eastern most parcel of the 1,200 collective coastal acres knows as the East Sandusky Bay MetroPark.

The majority of Wyandot’s acres are being reclaimed from row-crop farmland to native prairie meadow vegetation. The northern portion of the property includes a narrow strip of woods adjacent to marshland. The marshland area is influenced by the water level or East Sandusky Bay and at times may be under water.

Wyandot is intended as a natural wildlife viewing site. These lands were acquired in part with a grant from the Coastal and Estuarine Land Conservations Program, which is administered by the ODNR Office of Coastal Management.
From Wyandot Wetland Meadows Preserve webpage

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