What’s New in Birding in Ohio

There are 3921 eBird hotspots in Ohio.

New eBird Hotspots

Clark County
Moorefield Family Park
Moorefield Family Park is located on Moorefield Road north of Springfield.

Coshocton County
Coshocton County Road 368
Coshocton County Road 368 is in the Mohican River Valley. The road traverses privately owned properties. Please view birds from the roadside only. Thanks to Kent Miller for suggesting this hotspot.

Franklin County
Case Road Prairie Trail
Thanks to Mael Glon for suggesting this hotspot and providing photos and tips for birding at a new Columbus park at the site of the former Ohio State University “sheep farm.”

Greene County
Stafford Park
Thanks to Cindy Steeley for suggesting this hotspot in Beavercreek.

Miami County
Canal Lock Park
Canal Lock Park is located just east of downtown Tipp City.
Freeman Prairie Reserve
Freemans Prairie Reserve is adjacent to Canal Locks Park on the south side of the Great Miami River in Tipp City.

Ottawa County
Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge–Upper Toussaint Unit
Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge–Woodies Roost Trail

Thanks to Trevor Zook for suggesting these additional hotspots at Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge.

Portage County
West Branch State Park–West Boat Ramp
Thanks to Ethan Kistler for suggesting this additional hotspot in West Branch State Park.

Washington County
Beiser Field Station
Thanks to Jason White for suggesting this hotspot and providing photos and tips for birding. The Field Station is associated with Marietta College.


Greene County
Clifton Gorge Nature Preserve
Oakes Quarry Park
Thanks to Tom Fishburn for providing photos.