There are 3656 eBird hotspots in Ohio.
New eBird Hotspots
Faurot Park is located on South Cole Street in Lima. Thanks to Stefan Minnig for suggesting this hotspot.
Sandusky Amvets Baseball Field
Thanks to Madison Jones for suggesting this hotspot adjacent to Sandusky Bay.
Johnson Nature Preserve
Johnson Nature Preserve is on Deerfield Road in Montgomery. Thanks to Katie McGee for suggesting this hotspot.
Indian Green Cemetery and Worden Conservation Area
Indian Green-Worden Family Conservation Area is east of and adjacent to Litzenberg Memorial Woods. It was created to preserve the natural area along the Blanchard River, expand wildlife habitat, and improve access to the Heritage Trail, which begin in the south unit of Litzenberg Memorial Woods.Thanks to Bob Sams for suggesting this hotspot.
Mink Street is County Road 26, southwest of Mount Vernon. During wet weather a skypool may form in the agricultural fields adjacent to the road and attract ducks, geese, and wading birds. This road traverses privately owned properties. Please view birds from the roadside only. A White-faced Ibis has been reported recently at this location. If you submitted a checklist at a personal location, please change your location to this new hotspot. Thanks to James Muller for suggesting the hotspot.
Great Lakes Mall
View birds from the parking lots of the Great Lakes Mall. Common Nighthawks have been observed from this location. Thanks to Josh Hargrave for suggesting this hotspot.
Beaver Wildlife Area
Beaver Wildlife Area, a mix of tallgrass prairie, wetlands and oak savanna, is located on Marion-Green Camp Road southwest of Marion. Thanks to Ron Sempier for suggesting this hotspot and for providing photos.
Cascade Valley Metro Park–Schumacher Trail
The hilly 1.2-mile Schumacher Trail provides a closer look at some of Summit County’s most pristine scenery. Thanks to Adam Jackson for suggesting this hotspot.
The primary area of birding interest and accessibility is the portion west and south of Delaware Drive Southeast. Approximately 125 acres of land are open free of charge to the public year round for walking, birding, and picnics. Located in New Philadelphia, Schoenbrunn Village is the site of several Ohio firsts—settlement, church, schoolhouse and code of laws. The village, restored to appear as it did more than two centuries ago, includes the original cemetery and 16 reconstructed log structures, as well as the church and gardens. Thanks to Dan Kramer for suggesting this hotspot.
There are many locations, especially in rural counties, in Ohio where you can view birds from your vehicle. Rural roads through agricultural lands, state forests and wildlife areas, “skypools” that form after a rain, airport runways near public roads, cemeteries, the wildlife drive at Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge, all are examples of places you can do roadside birding.
Added the many cemeteries in Ohio which are eBird hotspots to this list.
Mohican State Park–Gorge Overlook
Litzenberg Memorial Woods
Cascade Valley Metro Park
Changed the name of this from Cascade Valley Park.