Jun 21, 2015
Wild Ohio Presents - https://vimeo.com/130865975
Ohio's Reintroduced Species
Ohio's wildlife diversity is its badge of honor. In this seven and a half minute video, you will see the success of some recent reintroductions of wildlife to Ohio. The introduction of the invasive Emerald Ash Borer and the Lazarus Wall Lizard will also be discussed.
Jun 17, 2015
WATCH: Rare Shark Feeding Frenzy in North Carolina
Jun 16, 2015; 10:20 AM ET Check out this footage taken in October of 2014 of a shark feeding frenzy at Cape Lookout National Seashore. The presence of these sharks and large schools of fish is actually a sign of a very healthy ecosystem.
Jun 8, 2015
A new field guide has arrived at the Ohio Geological Survey. Ohio Rocks!—A Guide to Geologic Sites in the Buckeye State, by Albert Dickas (Mountain Press, 2015), offers a glimpse at 50 of the state's geologic wonders.
Oct 13, 2012
Ohio Birds and Biodiversity by Jim McCormac - Ohio Division of Wildlife
Jan 14, 2020
Ohio Certified Volunteer Naturalists
It would be wonderful if you joined in this celebration to help brand in people's minds that there is an Ohio Native Plant Month that everyone needs to know about.
OCVNs know better the benefits of using native plants and ridding nature of invasive plants but the attached sheets will make it easy for them to spread the word.
Mar 1, 2016
Become a member of the Marsh Monitoring Program!
Volunteer Orientation and Training Session
Saturday March 5, 2016
10:00AM to 2:00pm
Martin Center for Field Studies and Environmental Education
Bath Nature Preserve
4240 Ira Road
Akron, OH 44333-1140
For more information, contact:
Jun 6, 2015
A look at the Pond at Caesar Creek Nature Center
An in-depth look at pond maintenance featuring the divers from Sediment Solutions, Inc.
May 22, 2015
Thirteen-lined Ground Squirrel 2 from WildOhio
The thirteen-lined ground squirrel is a remnant of Ohio's past, and a product of Ohio's future.
May 19, 2015
Southwest Riverlands, Clark County OCVN’s helped to convert an old sandbox at the campgrounds at Buck Creek State Park into a Monarch Waystation. With the help from OCVNs Donna Meister, Lois O'Keefe, Joan Corbitt, Sherylee Schwartz, Janet Hannel, Sarah Day, Naturalist/OCVN Heather Pierce, and kids from the campground, the butterfly garden was planted and used throughout the summer for educational programs at the park.
May 19, 2015
The NYTimes has a fascinating article this morning, on the communication between species of birds and mammals about threats in the vicinity. I thought of you guys because it’ll make particular sense to you, who monitor bird feeders. Here are some of the highlights:
Submitted by Aaron Rourke - SW RiverLands OCVN
When Birds Squawk, Other Species Seem to Listen
By CHRISTOPHER SOLOMON
May 18, 2015