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Northwest Ohio Birding Information

From Homebase in Ohio, "The Warbler Capital of the World," Kenn writes:  We're coming up on the time of year when northwestern Ohio - specifically the Lake Erie shoreline in the area of Magee Marsh Wildlife Area and Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge - becomes one of the most exciting and popular destinations for birding in North America. Longtime Ohio birders may know all about birding this region, but this year some new sources of information are available. And new birders, in particular, might want to save this post to help with planning spring birding trips. American Redstart First, if you're not familiar with the area at all, there's an overview in this feature article that I wrote for Birding , the magazine of the American Birding Association, in 2010.  The Black Swamp Bird Observatory (BSBO) provides many kinds of free information for visiting birders , including info on birding sites. The single most famous local site is the boardwalk at Magee