Thousands Of Adorable Jungle Songbirds Will Be Making Their Way Through Ohio In May

Did you know that Ohio welcomes thousands of tropical forest songbirds every year? Unless you’re a bird-watcher or nature enthusiast, you likely didn’t. Here in the Buckeye State, thousands of rare songbirds migrate to northwest Ohio throughout the month of May each year—adding a little color, whimsy and song to our landscape. It’s a beautiful natural phenomenon that you’ll want to keep your eyes peeled for.

Please note: Magee Marsh State Wildlife Area is currently closed due to COVID-19 and large crowds during the spring season, according to the Ohio Division of Wildlife

Have you ever greeted these beautiful birds in Ohio along their migration? Share your thoughts, photos and experiences with us!

For more beautiful creatures to look out for this spring, check out our previous article: Keep Your Eyes Peeled, Thousands Of Hummingbirds Are Headed Right For Ohio During Their Migration This Spring.

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