This Red-tailed Hawk was photographed near the sunset trail shortly after it had captured a chipmunk.
Wood Thrush in Flowering Dogwood
More than two dozen species of warblers and a good variety of song birds can be seen at the BFEC and along the Kokosing Gap Trail. These migrants begin appearing mid-late April and can be seen through May. Bring your binoculars, a bird guide, and enjoy the trails.
Keep an eye out for the Barred Owl that has been seen frequenting the forest along the Kokosing Gap Trail, West of the Environmental Center.
Learn more about bluebirds or see photos of them at their next boxes. Build a bluebird house.
To learn more about birding in Ohio visit theOhio Birder Resources web site.
To learn more about the Ohio Ornithological Society visit their web site.
For neat data on breeding birds visit the Breeding Bird Survey.
Another great spot for birding information is the Cornell Ornithology web site.