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Sandy Ridge Bird Hike

Description: Sunday, March 19 @ 2:00 pm
COA Spring Bird Hike
Sandy Ridge Reservation
North Ridgeville, Lorain County

Leader: David w bird expert Becky

Join us as we welcome spring along with migrating and returning birds. As of mid-March there is an active Bald Eagle nest in the park. We are assured to spot at least one or two interesting winged creatures. If you have field glasses or a good camera be sure to bring along.

This will not be a fitness hike, but rather a nature exploration suitable for all. Terrain is flat, but boots are recommended due to damp ground. Dogs are not allowed in the park.

Sandy Ridge Reservation is a 310 acre wetland and wildlife preserve located in North Ridgeville. The park opened in 1999 and has quickly become a favorite of outdoor enthusiasts and one of the most popular parks for birding in Lorain County. The reservation lies on level, soggy ground flanked to the north and south by ancient beach ridges and consists of forests and open lands to explore.

Directions: Meet at reservation parking lot

6195 Otten Road
North Ridgeville, OH 44039

From the Greater Cleveland area, take I-90 to the Rt. 254 exit, left on Rt. 254 to Rt. 301, right on Rt. 301 past Lorain Community College, left on Burns Rd., right on Case Rd., left on Otten Rd. to Sandy Ridge. Or take I-480 to Clague Road., turn right or north on Clague to Center Ridge Road (Rt the Rt. 20), turn left or west on Center Ridge to Case Rd., turn right on Case Rd., right on Otten Rd. to Sandy Ridge.
Date: Sunday, March 19, 2017
Priority: 5-Medium
Access: Public
Created by: DEFAULT ADMINISTRATOR
Updated: Friday, February 10, 2017 1:43pm GMT