Northern Spring Peepers #NatureNugget: Found in wooded areas and grassy lowlands near ponds and swamps across Ohio, northern spring peppers are tiny, well-camouflaged amphibians rarely seen. In fact, peepers are so small that they can sit comfortably on a dime! You can, and most likely have heard peepers' shrill, birdlike [...]
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Covered Bridge Shoppe The Covered Bridge Shoppe is a small, but extravagant shoppe located in the Harpersfield Covered Bridge Metropark. The gift shoppe features local arts and crafts along with light snacks, cold beverages and ice cream. Operated by local park lovers, The Covered Bridge Shoppe donates its profits to the Friends of the Harpersfield [...]
Orange-Crowned Warbler Something you may see during May is the Orange-crowned Warbler These don't nest in Ohio, but you may see them fly through as they head north into Canada. You'll see them more commonly in western states also. They winter in southern US states and in Mexico. Learn more about The Biggest Week in [...]
Eyring Wetlands Eyring Wetlands in Austinburg Eyring Wetlands: Austinburg-Mechanicsville Rd. has 52 acres of undeveloped land with primitive trails. Great for photography, wildlife viewing and more. Get out and visit the Ashtabula County Metroparks!
Ohio wildflowers which will be popping up ODNR Chief Botanist, Rick Gardner shares some interesting wildflower information in this video, as well as when Ohio's wildflowers bloom and the best locations to view them. Nature Nugget: Check out the following video on different Ohio wildflowers which will be popping up across the area soon! http://ow.ly/YwSpp
Nodding Onion Gardens Make Space for What's to Come By Kristy Belaney It has been far too long since I have written on this blog. Life has been, well, life. It is amazing to me how much I continue to learn, to grow, to change. Everything we come to know evolves continuously and no matter [...]
Greenway Trail conditions When the snow starts to fly, check the Greenway Trail conditions by contacting the Grand River Trail Riders. They monitor and groom the Trail in the Winter months.