Birds, Beaches & Bays
Join Museum naturalists as we check out two particularly important Ohio birding sites.
INSTRUCTORS: JUDY SEMROC AND LARRY ROSCHE
Join Museum naturalists as we check out two particularly important Ohio birding sites. We will start at Sheldon’s Marsh, a 470-plus-acre mecca of shoreline and marsh habitat along Sandusky Bay, and search for the incredible variety of bird species attracted to this wetland system. Our next stop will be the 573-acre Old Woman Creek State Nature Preserve and National Estuarine Research Reserve. This site features a number of terrestrial and
INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*
- Apr 14, 2021 at 09:30 am - 03:30 pm (Wed)
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Meeting Location: Sheldon’s Marsh State Nature Preserve
*Please note that the trip will start at this location, but guests will have to drive themselves to the second location at Old Woman Creek State Nature Preserve for the second portion of the trip.
Field trip intensity: Moderate, some hills
What to wear and bring (if out of the ordinary): Hiking boots and clothing befitting the weather, field gear, water, snacks, lunch, sunscreen if needed, binoculars, camera, hiking poles if desired. If it has been raining, trails may be muddy.
2715 Cleveland Rd. W. (US 6) Huron, OH 44839, OH
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