Pearson Metropark–Window on Wildlife

Pearson Metropark
Oregon, Ohio 43616
Pearson Metropark webpage
Pearson Metropark map

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Pearson Metropark–Window on Wildlife
Coordinates: 41.6416597, -83.4376699
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About Window on Wildlife
The Window on Wildlife at the Oak Openings Metropark is located in the Buehner Center.

Take a seat in a warm, dry place where you can observe birds and other wildlife attracted to feeding stations and water features. Windows On Wildlife are mini-nature centers open every day during park hours.

This room looks out onto professionally created and maintained wildlife feeding stations outside, with interpretive information inside to help you identify the birds and other animals that you are looking at. Windows on Wildlife are handicap accessible and heated for year-round use by everyone.
From Toledo Metropark Windows on Wildlife webpage

Tips for birding Pearson Metropark
Pearson Metropark is a stop on the Lake Erie Birding Trail.

About Pearson Metropark
From birding to baseball to picnicking and fishing, there’s something for everyone at Pearson. This Metropark is one of the last remaining stands of the Great Black Swamp, a forest that once blanketed much of northwest Ohio. Activities abound. And examples of work done by the depression-era programs are all around you.

Purple cress, spring beauties, trillium, wild ginger, and wild geranium bloom in spring. The thick woods and location close to Lake Erie make Pearson a favorite stopover for a wide variety of migrating birds. Buildings, shelters, bridges, ponds, and a garden with a waterfall were built by workers enrolled in the Works Progress Administration and Civilian Conservation Corps.

Activities and attractions include baseball diamonds, soccer fields, tennis courts, fishing, a playground, ice skating and sledding and the Black Swamp Cabin.

About three miles of trails criss-cross this 624-acre park—trails that often provide remarkable access to the best birding anywhere. Millions of migrating birds cross Lake Erie each spring and fall, often massing on the shore when conditions for crossing are unfavorable. Forest birds nest here in the summer and the feeding station at the Nature Center attracts flocks of birds for the winter, making Pearson a year-round birding destination.
From Pearson Metropark webpage

Restrooms at locations identified on Pearson Metropark map.