October 15, 2021

Growing Native: Our Family’s Journey

My interest in plants began early. Although my mother reports that, as a baby, I would cry when placed barefoot in the grass, I think this […]
October 15, 2021
Columbus Audubon Table Display

Notes from the Field

You probably know that Columbus Audubon shows up at many events around Central Ohio. We work hard to educate and inspire people for conservation! But what’s […]
October 13, 2021
Bar-tailed_Godwit - Photo William Pohley

A New Migration Flight Record

On September 28, one small bird completed a very long flight. An adult, male Bar-tailed Godwit, known by its tag number 4BBRW, touched down in New […]
October 9, 2021
Saw-whet Owl - Central OH Owl Project - Photo Blake Mathys

Central Ohio Owl Project: Update

Good news on the owl front! Blake Mathys of the Central Ohio Owl Project will be banding Northern Saw-whet Owls again this fall. His banding station […]
October 4, 2021
American Goldfinch (landscape) - Photo Earl Harrison

The Better-than-a-bird-seed-sale Sale!

The Columbus Audubon “Better-than-a-Bird-Seed-Sale” sale begins on Monday, October 11! Bird seed purchases through Wild Birds Unlimited of Columbus benefit Columbus Audubon.
September 30, 2021
Chimney Swift Overhead - Photo Jim Mcculloch

Swift Count Results: September 10 – 12, 2021

Swift Night Out is the weekend for official counts of roosting Chimney Swifts. The swifts provide a spectacle as they swirl in the air, only to drop into a chimney for the night. The counts help scientists to follow swift populations.
September 29, 2021

Delaware Co Preservation Parks Levy

Delaware County Preservation Parks are seeking approval of a small levy in the November election. The levy will be used to acquiring and improving land for […]
September 25, 2021

Audubon Photo Award Videos

Have you had a rough day at work? Or do you just want to kick back and relax for a day off? Here’s the perfect way […]
September 20, 2021
Clifton Gorge Sept 2019i

Service in the Preserves

On August 4, ODNR’s campus in Columbus saw many unusual visitors, at least unusual for us. Dressed up and excited, rather than in blue jeans, muck […]