OHS Sites are Great Sites for Bird Watching

The May/June issue of Bird Watchers Digest highlights OHS sites!

Photograph of male cardinal feeding young by Alvin Staffan. The cardinal has been Ohio's official state bird since 1933.

Check out the article online: Mysterious Mounds: Birding the Ancient Ohio Trail

The recommended sites are:

Great Circle Earthworks and Octagon Earthworks in Newark, Ohio.

Fort Hill near Hillsboro, Ohio.

Serpent Mound in Adams County, Ohio.

While you are hiking maybe you spot will Ohio’s state bird, the cardinal, or our state wild flower the white trillium.

Photograph of a white trillium by Alvin Staffan. It was named Ohio's state wildflower in 1987 and blooms in April and May.

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