March 16, 2013
7 AM to 4:45 PM
Shreve Elementary School
This spring migration event includes self-guided
tours with experts located at help stations in the
nearby Killbuck Marsh, Shreve Lake, Brown's Bog
and Funk Bottoms wildlife areas, Ohio's
largest inland natural wetland complex,
covering 5,671 acres. At the school, enjoy a
full day of "Sensational" Family-Friendly
Activities in addition to the six workshops held
by well-known experts in their fields. This
year's workshop speakers are: Chuck
Jakubchak (remember him from our May 2012
program?), Cheryl Harner, Judy Semroc, Jim
McCormac, and Kimberly and Kenn Kaufman.
A $10 admission fee ($15 per immediate family)
includes all events and six workshops. Registration begins at 7:00 AM at Shreve Elementary School and includes FREE MAPS to the help stations located in the marsh. Help stations are open 8:00 AM to noon. The Birder's Market Place opens at 8:00 AM with items for sale including a large selection of binoculars, spotting scopes, nature photographs and books, wildlife art by local artists and educational items.
DIRECTIONS: The event takes place at the Shreve Elementary School, 598 North Market St (State Route 226), Shreve, OH 44676. Members may choose to drive on their own or carpool. If you
wish to carpool, call Mary Ann at 216-990-4245. Food will be available for purchase or
bring your own lunch and snacks.