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The OOS is going to South Africa!

The OOS is going to South Africa!

Join us on a wonderful journey to South Africa with Birding Africa tours. Former OOS board member, Ethan Kistler, will be our guide. Ethan moved from Ohio to Cape Town seven years ago where he is specializing in Africa's birds. He has traveled to 35 countries in the...

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Warblers & Wildflowers Weekend

Warblers & Wildflowers Weekend

UPDATE! Registration Now Open! Join your fellow OOS members at Shawnee State Park for a celebration of Warblers and Wildflowers! Not only will this event give you a chance to head south to meet the first big wave of spring migration, you'll also get to enjoy excellent...

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Birds in the Hills Festival

Birds in the Hills Festival

Registration Now Open! Join Rural Action, the Athens Area Birders,  and Camp Oty’Okwa for our family-friendly Birds in the Hills Festival May 5th-7th at United Plant Savers. This three-day festival will feature activities for adults, families, and specifically for...

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Marsh Madness 2017

Marsh Madness 2017

May has so many birding adventures to explore, but The Biggest Week in American Birding is an exceptional annual event from May 5-14 in NW Ohio. During the event, the Ohio Ornithological Society, in cooperation with ODNR, will be conducting beginner bird walks on...

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THE WILDS Winter Raptor Extravaganza

THE WILDS Winter Raptor Extravaganza

  The OOS will return to The Wilds on January 21, 2017, for the 13th annual trip to find wintering raptors! This event is a THANK YOU to all of the OOS members that help support our great organization! The Wilds is a large reclaimed surface mine grassland area that...

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Save the Date

The OOS is going to South Africa!
February 10 - 24, 2018
Join us on a wonderful journey to South Africa with Birding Africa tours. Former OOS board member, Ethan Kistler, will be our guide. Ethan moved from Ohio to Cape Town seven years ago where he is specializing in Africa's birds. He has traveled to 35 countries in the world, half of these in Africa, where he tracks down rare and elusive species on every corner of the continent.

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