Wounded heron © George C. Anderson

The Olentangy River watershed forms part of a large migratory corridor that provides food, water, and shelter to birds as they fly south in late Fall and north in early Spring. To highlight the importance of maintaining clean environmental conditions for these travelers, FLOW sponsors bird watching hikes during migration periods. Birding enthusiasts can meet others interested in Ornithology, and can also benefit from the expertise of local bird experts.

Check the events calendar for details about upcoming hikes near you. FLOW is also the sponsor of an atlas block in Delaware County for Ohio Breeding Bird Atlas II.

For more information:

The Ohio Ornithological Society: The Ohio Birding Site Guide
Columbus Audubon: Christmas Bird Count
Ohio Department of Natural Resources: Riparian Birds of Ohio Scenic Rivers
Ohio Bird Conservation Initiative
Birds at the Olentangy River Wetland Research Park