Owl Thrills!

Owl Thrills!

Owling started out as a very small project — only about nine people on average attended the event. Kelly Williams-Sieg was the beginning of the Northern Saw-Whet Owl Project in Ross County. She had been reading a bird book and came across the migration patterns of the Saw-whet Owl. She realized that the books had…

If I Had a Hammer…or a Cordless Drill
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If I Had a Hammer…or a Cordless Drill

Note from OYBC Advisor Gerry Brevoort: Recently, the Central Ohio chapter of OYBC began work on an ambitious community service project being spearheaded by OBYC Advisor Darlene Sillick. The students had been inspired by the tireless work of local birder Charlie Bombaci. Charlie manages the system of nest boxes at Hoover Nature Preserve and he…

Sharing Their Passion, One Feeder at a Time
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Sharing Their Passion, One Feeder at a Time

On a cool September afternoon, 10 student members from the Central Ohio Chapter of the Ohio Young Birders Club gathered at Berwick Alternative School on the east side of Columbus for their latest community service project. Berwick, a Columbus City School with an emphasis on science and math, has an inviting Outdoor Education Area– a…