eBird Bar Charts by Season
Tips for birding Miami Cemetery
Miami Cemetery has been a good place to look for winter finches in the past few years.
From Sam Corbo
About Miami Cemetery
In 1833, when Gaines Goode buried his young daughter, Narcissa, in the meadow of his farm on the east ridge of the Little Miami River Valley, he unknowingly began the nucleus of one of the most unusual cemeteries in the Midwest. Goode deeded a tract of land adjoining and surrounding the grave to the Waynesville Methodist Church for a cemetery, under the administration of church trustees.
The old Methodist Graveyard became the foundation of Miami Cemetery Association which was established April 2, 1866, The Cemetery Association was organized by authority of an act of the Ohio Legislature adopted February 24, 1848.
The Monument at the entrance of the Miami Cemetery was erected in 1876, by the Wayne Township Veterans Association.
From Miami Cemetery webpage
No restroom facilities.