Wildlife area offers viewing of bald eagles

Parts of Steinen Wildlife Area and the neighboring Community Foundation Preserve at Eagle Point, which is home to American bald eagles, will be open to visitors during this winter's eagle nesting season. These neighboring MetroParks are located off of U.S. 6 between Sandusky and Huron. This will be the first time this part of the Steinen Wildlife Area will be open for daily general public visitation. It offers nearly a mile of rustic trails and views of East Sandusky Bay not otherwise available during eagle nesting season. Visitors are advised to wear appropriate footwear as the pathways are seasonably wet.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

Parts of Steinen Wildlife Area and the neighboring Community Foundation Preserve at Eagle Point, which is home to American bald eagles, will be open to visitors during this winter's eagle nesting season. These neighboring MetroParks are located off of U.S. 6 between Sandusky and Huron.

This will be the first time this part of the Steinen Wildlife Area will be open for daily general public visitation. It offers nearly a mile of rustic trails and views of East Sandusky Bay not otherwise available during eagle nesting season. Visitors are advised to wear appropriate footwear as the pathways are seasonably wet.

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