The Wilds–Birding Station at Jeffrey Point

Cumberland, Ohio 43732
The Wilds webpage
The Wilds map

Also, see The Wilds, Wilds Important Bird Area, and The Wilds Birding Drive

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The Wilds–Birding Station at Jeffrey Point
Coordinates: 39.8302579, -81.7566061
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Please, note that leaving roadways and walking on Wilds property is not permitted.

About the Birding Station at Jeffrey Point
Recognizing the value of the birding community to the future of our organization and conservation in general, the Wilds has worked with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife to construct an observation deck, which is open to the public year-round, seven days a week, at no charge.

The Birding Station at Jeffrey Point is a great spot to watch raptors in winter, hear grassland nesting birds in spring and summer, and watch the ospreys returning to the hack site in the spring. Look for it on OH-284, between Zion Ridge Road and International Road.

Tips for birding The Wilds
From Ohio Ornithological Society website
From BirdWatchingDaily website

About The Wilds
The Wilds is a private, non-profit safari park and conservation center that combines cutting-edge conservation science and education programs with hands-on experiences and one-of-a-kind adventures that include ziplining, horseback riding, fishing and more. Located in southeast Ohio, the Wilds is home to rare and endangered species from around the globe living in natural, open-range habitats.

The property encompasses 9,154 acres or approximately 14 square miles and includes 2,000 acres of pastures and a 27-acre Carnivore Conservation Center. The Wilds is designated an Audubon Important Bird Area so the property includes a birding station with covered lookout as well as a butterfly habitat with hiking trails, more than 15 miles of mountain bike and hiking trails and approximately 150 lakes.

With nearly 10,000 acres of grasslands, woodlands, wetlands and lakes, the Wilds is home to a great diversity of bird species. Audubon has recognized the Wilds as one of Ohio’s Important Bird Areas, and birdwatchers from near and far have discovered the abundance of bird life here.
From The Wilds webpage

No restroom facilities.