What’s New in Birding in Ohio

There are 3990 eBird hotspots in Ohio.

New eBird Hotspots

Ashtabula County
Western Reserve Greenway Trail–Rome Rock Creek Road
Thanks to Sean Artman for suggesting this additional hotspot on the Western Reserve Greenway Trail.

Franklin County
Iuka Park and Ravine
Thanks to Amy Kramer for suggesting this hotspot in Columbus.

Henry County
East Riverdowns Park
Thanks to Mike Minium for suggesting this hotspot.

Hocking County
John Glenn Astronomy Park
Thanks to David Boon for suggesting this hotspot.

Lorain County
James Day Park
Thanks to Patty McKelvey for suggesting this hotspot and for providing photos and tips for birding.

Putnam County
Arrowhead Park
Thanks to Mike Minium for suggesting this hotspot.

Shelby County
Lake Loramie State Park–Siegles Bridge
Thanks to Tom Moorman for suggesting this additional hotspot in Lake Loramie State Park and for providing tips for birding with a map of a trail north from Siegles Bridge.

Summit County
Cuyahoga Valley National Park–Pine Hollow Trailhead
Thanks to Ed Carroll for suggesting this hotspot in Cuyahoga Valley National Park.

Wayne County
Holmes County Trail–Fredericksburg
Thanks to Kadan Kitanic for suggesting and providing tips for birding this hotspot at the terminus of the Holmes County Trail in Wayne County.

Williams County
Springfield Park
Thanks to Mike Minium for suggesting this hotspot.

Updates

Ashtabula County
Western Reserve Greenway Trail–Station Street Trailhead
The hotspot for the trailhead in community of Rock Creek has been adjusted from “Western Reserve Greenway Trail–Rock Creek” to “Western Reserve Greenway Trail–Station St. Trailhead” to prevent confusion with the new hotspot at Rome Rock Creek Road.

Cuyahoga County
Big Creek Reservation–Fern Hill Picnic Area
Big Creek Reservation–Snow Road Picnic Area
Thanks to Ken Andrews for providing tips for maps and tips for birding these hotspots.

Lake County
Indian Point Park
Thanks to the Ohio Ornithological Society “Chip Notes” newsletter for providing photos and tips for birding this park.

Lucas County
Sandhill Crane Wetlands
Adjusted the name of this hotspot from “Angola Rd. and Rabb Rd.” to “Sandhill Crane Wetlands.” The Nature Conservancy has acquired the agricultural land adjacent to Kitty Todd Preserve and is restoring the wetland. Please view birds from the roadside only until the property is open to the public.

Indian Point Park Lower Entrance
Photo by Jim Smallwood