“known to attract nearly 300 bird species”
Sheldon Marsh State Nature Preserve and contiguous wetlands comprise some of the last remaining undeveloped stretches of shoreline in the Sandusky Bay region. This preserve is known to attract nearly 300 bird species and provides habitat for many kinds of wildflowers. Spring is one of the best times to visit the marsh. From the middle of April into June, the woodland floor is covered with blooming wildflowers.
Great place for an up close view of nature. This paved path was a very early road to Cedar Point. Dogs are not permitted.
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Sheldon Marsh Nature Preserve
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