Findlay Airport webpage
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Photo by Bob Sams
Please view birds from the roadside only. Do not enter the airport property.
The best viewing area for the Findlay Airport is on the southwest side, in the area of the intersections of Township Road 76 and Township Road 81. In migration and winter, look for grassland species such as Harriers, Short-eared Owls, Savannah and Grasshopper Sparrows. Meadowlarks are usually numerous along the runways. During wet springs, the fields on the south and west sides flood and are typically good shorebird spots.
Upland Sandpipers have used the airport in migration. A careful scanning on the runways with a scope at the right times of year may find them.
From Bob Sams
No restroom facilities.