May 9th, 2012 | Published in Warblers and Wetlands
Being a Volunteer Trail Monitor for the Medina County Park District has its perks. I get to wear cool Medina County Park District hiking gear, meet lots of great folks and see Sandhill Cranes! But it’s not all glamour and excitement, I do work, see the litter I picked up this morning? Look at the size of that hook, yikes!
I’m still working towards my goal of finding and listing 100 different bird species in Medina County by year’s end. I have 83 on my list now, having recently added the Eastern Kingbird, Yellow Warbler, Yellow-throated Warbler, and this morning’s SANDHILL CRANE – which has just made my day!!
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