What’s New in Birding in Ohio
Tips for Birding in Ohio
Looking for a good bird watching location where you can walk or hike?
Ohio Birding Day Hikes are designed to help birders discover places to walk and see bird life. Often when we visit a park for the first time it is a challenge to know where to start. These hikes, recommended by birders and hikers in Ohio, are a way to begin to explore new territory.
It is sometimes said that “birding is the slowest form of transportation.” Even walking a short distance while observing birds can take lots of time. There are some short hikes in this collection, but many are 2 miles or longer. Often there are options of trails to take or suggestions of ways to shorten or lengthen a hike.
Irwin Prairie State Nature Preserve, Lucas County
Pickaway County Airport
Pickaway County Airport is a birding location described by the Ohio Ornithological Society but for which a hotspot had not been established. If you have submitted checklists at this location, please merge them into this newly established hotspot.