Join Donna Siple and Lynn Wearsch for a morning walk through Whetstone Park of Roses to explore a variety of bird habitats in the park. We’ll visit Adena Brook area as well as nearby wooded ravines.
This walk is for all levels – beginners are welcome! We hope to see indigo buntings, orioles, tanagers, gnatcatchers, thrushes, vireos, waxwings, various warblers and maybe even a nesting wood duck.
Meet at the Park of Roses parking area just below the shelter house. For more information, contact Lynn at email@example.com.
Search the woods and the pond for spring migrants, as well as local residents, with naturalists Andrea Krava and Bruce Simpson. All experience levels are welcome!
Meet at the Nature Center. For more information, call the Blendon Woods Nature Center at 614.895.6221.
Please join Tom Sheley for a nature hike at Clear Creek Metro Park. Clear Creek hosts southern Ohio specialty birds, such as Worm-eating Warbler (which does not eat worms.) But it’s not all birds: the area boasts spectacular forests through the entire Clear Creek Valley.
We will meet at the Starner Road parking lot by the kiosk. Dress for the weather and possibly muddy trails, and don’t forget sunscreen and insect repellent, just in case.
Spring is here, so it’s time to join Warren Grody and Darlene Sillick at Green Lawn, one of the oldest cemeteries in central Ohio. The beautiful park-like atmosphere is inviting for humans and birds alike. Meet at 8:30 am in the office parking lot inside the iron gate at Green Lawn.
For more information, contact Darlene at firstname.lastname@example.org.