What’s New in Birding in Ohio
There are 3947 eBird hotspots in Ohio.
Thanks to Gary Cowell for suggesting this hotspot.
Thanks to Jared Oakes for suggesting this hotspot. Burlington Commons is a park located just east of the southernmost point of Ohio. The state line is on the Ohio side of the river and birds seen on the river are located in West Virginia.
Al Lease Park
Beverly Bird Sanctuary
Portage Hike and Bike Trail–Crain Avenue Bridge
Portage Hike and Bike Trail–Judson Road Trailhead
Thanks to Alex Colucci for suggesting these hotspots.
Hueston Woods State Park–Sugar Camp Area and Fishing Pier
Thanks to Sue Parks for suggesting this additional hotspot at Hueston Woods State Park.
Wayne National Forest–Hune Covered Bridge Campground and Trail
Thanks to Michael Schramm for suggesting this hotspot and providing tips for birding.
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Spring Migration Happenings at Ottawa Refuge
Sponsored by the Friends of Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge
Monday, April 19th 7:00pm – 8:00pm (EDT)
Online Via Zoom – free
An introduction to using eBird; a tour of the eBird website; how to sign up, how to get a list of birds you might see in a state, county, or hotspot; how to see where birds are being seen on a map; how to enter a checklist on your smartphone or computer; bring your questions.
Ken Ostermiller is the eBird hotspot reviewer for Ohio and manages the Birding-in-Ohio website which is hosted by the Ohio Ornithological Society.
Visit Friends of Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge for all the Spring Migration Happenings at Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge. All are online via Zoom and free.