Findlay Water Pollution Control Center
eBird Bar Charts by Season
Tips for birding the Findlay Water Pollution Control Center
This hotspot can be used to report checklists for the treatment facilities, the grounds surrounding the Blanchard River from Broad Avenue west to I-75, and the now-closed sludge pits.
The Blanchard River at this spot is often the last open water in Hancock County in winter. The effluent into the river has never completely frozen. In mid to late winter, huge numbers of Canada Geese can be found, as well as Mallards, a smattering of other ducks, Cackling Geese occasionally, Great Blue Herons, and Kingfishers.
From Bob Sams
About Findlay Water Pollution Control Center
The Water Pollution Control Center (WPCC) provides reliable and cost-effective wastewater treatment services for the citizens of Findlay. In 2013, the WPCC treated an average of 12.16 million gallons of sewage per day for a total of 4.44 billion gallons of sewage treated.
From Findlay Water Pollution Control Center webpage