There are 3501 eBird hotspots in Ohio.
Tip for using this website
Do you want to suggest one of your personal locations to become an eBird hotspot? Check this page for directions of how to do this:
How to Suggest Personal Location as a Hotspot
New eBird Hotspots
Shelly Gravel Pits
Thanks to Elias Raber for suggesting these gravel pits as a hotspot.
(This hotspot brings the total number of eBird hotspots in Ohio to 3500!)
Alum Creek State Park–Delaware County Road 10A Fishing Access
Thanks to James Muller for suggesting this additional hotspot at Alum Creek State Park and for providing tips for birding there.
Plaza at Chapel Hill Shopping Center
Thanks to Donna Kuhn for suggesting this hotspot and for providing tips for birding there. Susan Carpenter, who first discovered Fish Crows at this location has also offered tips. Birders who have submitted a checklist of birds seen at this shopping center may want to change the location to this new hotspot.
East Fork State Park–South Trailhead Ponds
Thanks to Linda Gocon for providing photos and tips for birding.
Mount Saint John Nature Preserve and Campus
Updated with new website link, more detailed description of the property, and a link to a map of the nature preserve.
Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center
Thanks to Adam Zorn, Program Manager at the Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center, for providing tips for birding, a description of the hiking trails, and an updated map of the nature center. This is the page with the updated information about trails at the nature center.