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April 29, 2010


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That looks and sounds so lovely. Definitely a place I'd like to see.

Dominique King

Gypsy-It was lovely and peaceful the day we went (midweek), but I imagine it will be crowded over the next week or so with birders coming for the peak spring migration. We'd driven past this and the Ottawa refuge numerous times on the way home from Cleveland or eastern Ohio, and I'm glad we finally took the time to make a day trip of it.


It is nice to be able to use the elevated trails in wetlands. It keeps people from mucking up the land and it keeps are feet dry =)

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