|Oak Openings Metropark Trip with Detroit Audubon|
Looking for a special way to spend Father’s Day weekend? Join Detroit Audubon for a trip down to beautiful Oak Openings Metropark just over the border in Ohio. Famous for its rare oak savannas and prairies, this Toledo area Metropark is a mecca for specialty breeding birds. Often seen are Lark Sparrow, Blue Grosbeak, Summer Tanager, Eastern Whip-poor-will, Read-headed Woodpecker, Alder Flycatcher, and Henslow’s Sparrow. Cost is $10 per person.
Directions: From I-75, merge onto I-475 W (Exit 204) toward US-23/Maumee/Ann Arbor, then left onto US-23 S/I-475 S toward Maumee/Dayton. Merge onto Airport Hwy/OH-2 W (Exit 8B) toward Airport/Swanton. Turn left onto Girdham Rd. until it dead-ends into Oak Openings Parkway. Turn left (east) onto Oak Openings Parkway and proceed about a half to three quarters of a mile. The turnoff for the Buehner Center will be on the left. Meet in parking lot.
TRIP MINIMUM: In order for this field trip to run, we must have a miniumum of 8 participants. In the event that the field trip does not run, you will receive a refund.
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|Location Buehner Center, 5240 Wilkins Road, Whitehouse, OH|