What’s New in Birding in Ohio
There are 4033 eBird hotspots in Ohio.
Tips for Birding in Ohio
Focus on Ohio Shorebird Hotspots
During the fall and spring migrations and despite the fact that we have no “seashore” in Ohio, an amazing array of shorebirds visit the state. Lakeshores, mudflats, “skypools” in flooded agricultural fields, marshes, bogs, fens, swamps — there are many habitats in Ohio that migrating shorebirds use to rest and recharge on their journeys.
Check the latest “Focus on . . .” blog for tips for finding shorebirds in Ohio and a list of Ohio hotspots where shorebirds are likely to be found.
Thanks to Patty McKelvey for suggesting this “Focus on…” topic.
Added the township road numbers to the names of these hotspots.
Collier Preserve, Mill Creek
Mill Creek MetroParks has changed the name of this location from Mill Creek Preserve Wetlands to Collier Preserve. The eBird hotspot name adds Mill Creek to distinguish this from the Collier State Nature Preserve in Seneca County.