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Guided walks around our local area parks and preserves give a chance to get to know one another, study birds in their natural habitat, get a better understanding of seasonal distribution and enjoying our Firelands area. Over 300 species of birds have been recorded in this part of the state and there is always the exciting possibility of adding to that list!  

Join us at any of our open to the public walks. just bring your binoculars and have fun. 

Osborn MetroPark

June 25, 6:30pm

Osborn MetroPark, 3910 Perkins Ave., Huron. Meet at the Frost Center.

Join the group for a bird hike around Osborn MetroPark. We will hike the grounds in search of breeding birds, such as sparrows, warblers, and maybe even a yellow-breasted chat!

Sheldon Marsh State Nature Preserve

July 23, 6:30pm

Sheldon Marsh State Nature Preserve, 2715 Cleveland Rd. W., Huron.

Join the group for a bird hike around Sheldon Marsh State Nature Preserve in search of breeding birds. Sheldon Marsh is one of the premier locations for birdwatching and nature viewing. We will explore the trails, marshes, and the beach, depending on time.

Huron Harbor West Pier

August 27, 6:00pm

Huron Harbor West Pier, end of the North Main St., Huron.

Join the group for a bird hike at Huron Pier in search of gulls, shorebirds, and waterfowl. There's usually a good chance of seeing a variety of other species that are associated with water, including swallows, warblers, raptors. If you have a spotting scope, please bring it with you!

Osborn MetroPark - Cookout & Bird Hike

September 24, 6:30pm

Shelter 5, Osborn MetroPark, 3910 Perkins Ave., Huron.

Join the group for a cookout followed by a short bird hike around the grounds of Osborn MetroPark. Please bring a side dish!

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