There are 3545 eBird hotspots in Ohio.

New eBird Hotspots

Franklin County

Ohio State University–Society for Ecological Restoration Site
Thanks to Tyler Ficker for suggesting this hotspot on the Ohio State University Main Campus.

Marion Community Foundation Lake
Photo by Ken Ostermiller

Marion County

Marion Tallgrass Trail–Marion Community Foundation Lake
Thanks to Steve Jones for suggesting this additional hotspot on the Marion Tallgrass Trail.
Please note that the name of the hotspot associated with the trailhead on Holland Road has been adjusted to Marion Tallgrass Trail–Holland Road Trailhead. This trailhead has many traveling checklists for the eastern section of the trail from Holland Road to OH-203 (1.7 miles). This section of the trail passes the Marion Community Foundation Lake.

Muskingum County

Genesis Hospital Walking Trail
Thanks to T. Shemick for suggesting this hotspot.

Union County

Scotts Associate Park (restricted access)
Thanks to Ghislain Rompré for suggesting this hotspot. Access is restricted to Scotts employees and their guests and the park is included in the annual Christmas Bird Count in the area. Several Scotts employees are birders who survey this park regularly.

Updates

About Notable Bird Sightings
BirdFinder is a gadget written by Ed Norton, a Massachusetts birder. BirdFinder, displayed at the bottom of the website home page, provides information about the county where the bird was seen, which birder submitted the checklist, whether or not the sighting has been confirmed, and links to the checklist, Google map, and eBird species map.

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About Restricted Access
As a general rule, eBird hotspots are located at places with public access and birders are welcome to enter the location to view birds. There are, however, some exceptions.