Ever wonder what’s happening in your backyard when you’re not looking? A motion-activated trail camera could be just what you need to jumpstart a new hobby. I came across this nice article from a UK photographer who uses his backyard as his wildlife pallet. Dublin has a lot of nature
Dublin has once again earned recognition as a Certified Community Wildlife Habitat in the Nation by the National Wildlife Federation. Dublin was the first and remains the only city in the state of Ohio to earn this distinction. Dublin became the 43rd Community Wildlife Habitat in the
Contact the City of Dublin for General Wildlife Questions and Nuisance Wildlife Around Home - Not Sick or Injured. Contact Ohio Wildlife Center (SCRAM) for animals in need of IMMEDIATE ATTENTION ONLY, that is Sick, Injured, or Threatening on Public or Private Property.
The City of Dublin is water rich with over 40 ponds, several streams and the Scioto River. The Scioto River has over 115 known species of fish and flows 230 miles through the state. According to A Guide to Ohio Streams, there’s more than 10,000 years of archeological evidence showing
City offering Bluebird Box Maintenance educational session Volunteer Training Information Who doesn’t get a thrill out of seeing a blue sky and hearing the song of birds? Eastern Bluebirds are a combination of the color of sky and happiness and the beautiful blue of their feathers lig
Plants Through floristic assessments, we know of our amazing plant diversity. Rock Cress, Drummond’s Aster, Rattlesnake Fern, and Marsh Marigold, all endangered or county records, have been found in Dublin’s parks along with a more common, but diverse list of plants. Regardless of the
Dublin parks have much to offer. Whether you’re in the mood for sports, walking a dog, enjoying a woodland walk, or splashing along the Scioto River you can enjoy it in Dublin. Dublin is rich with park diversity, boasting 1400 acres of land, 17 community parks, and 35 neighborho