Discover Ohio’s Wildlife
Viewing wildlife is one of the best ways to enjoy Metro Parks. Every month, naturalists offer a wide range of programs for visitors to look for animals in the parks.
ANDREW BOOSE Aquatic Ecologist The Metro Parks, as a whole, is located within two Ohio River watersheds. There are two rivers (Olentangy and the Scioto), 11 creeks (Alum, Blacklick, Big …Read More
AN UPDATE ON TREATMENT FOR THE HEMLOCK WOOLLY ADELGID AT CLEAR CREEK METRO PARK Staff and volunteers were able to tag over 6,000 hemlock trees in two separate areas of …Read More
JILL SNYDER Visitor Engagement Manager As the temperature soars, many animals, including park visitors, tend to find shade and rest during the heat of the day. But that isn’t true …Read More
CARRIE MORROW Assistant Resource Manager A METRO PARKS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SUCCESS STORY Every year, Metro Parks staff and volunteers return to the bat roosts installed at Battelle Darby Creek Metro …Read More