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Visit 7 Ohio Nature Preserves

In 1959, The Nature Conservancy began protecting land in Ohio. Here are preserves you can visit to see our home in its natural state.

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Lake Erie Nature & Science Center, Bay Village

This attraction has roots dating back to 1945, when local resident Elberta Fleming spearheaded the effort to create a local hands-on nature center.

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Dr. James K. Bissell Nature Center, Rock Creek

The Nature Conservancy's Ashtabula County nature center provides an opportunity to learn about the 2,000-acre Morgan Swamp Preserve it calls home.

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Lakeside Daisy State Nature Preserve, Marblehead

Designated in 1988, this Ohio preserve protects its namesake flower and is the only place in the nation where a substantial stand of them grow naturally.

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Akron: 4 Nature & Art Experiences You'll Love

Beautiful natural sites and a creative spirit make Summit County a great place to explore.

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Pick Your Poison

The Cleveland Museum of Natural History showcases the role toxins play in nature, myths and modern society.

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Creatures Great and Small

Children’s book author and photographer David FitzSimmons has turned his love for nature into a successful business that teaches kids about the beautiful and strange animals in their backyard.

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Wild Lives

Mona Rutger founded Back to the Wild in 1990 as a place to nurse injured animals back to health. Over the course of a year, the center is home to more than 2,500 creatures, ranging from owls to butterflies.

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Illuminating Nature

Ohio native Clara Driscoll played a pivotal role in Louis Comfort Tiffany’s New York glass studio — contributions highlighted in a new Cincinnati Art Museum exhibition.

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‘The Poetry of Nature’ in Cincinnati

The Taft Museum of Art features an exhibition of Hudson River School landscape paintings that depict the power and grandeur of the world around us.

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Wild Lives

The Cleveland Museum of Natural History unveils its Ralph Perkins II Wildlife Center & Woods Garden.

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Visions of America

The Akron Art Museum marks the National Park Service centennial with photographs of our public lands and historic places.

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‘Chihuly: Celebrating Nature’ in Columbus

See incredible glass sculptures by artist Dale Chihuly installed among the natural beauty of Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.

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Birthplace of the Banana Split

Wilmington began serving the iconic sundae more than a century ago, but the town’s claim to fame doesn’t come without a share of good-natured controversy.

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Winged Wonders

Monitoring the butterfly species that call Ohio home requires untold hours of patience and dedication.

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Natural Escape: Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge

This refuge protects 10,000 acres of habitat along and on Lake Erie. It’s an incredible place to spot migrating birds, turtles, frogs and other creatures native to Ohio.

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My Ohio: Wild Reminder

A column of frozen water serves as a lesson in the unpredictability of nature.

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Family Fun in Stark County

From history to sports to nature, check out these five spots.

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Great Ohio Road Trips: Bird-Watching Trail

Embrace nature and add a few birds to your list at these spots.

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My Ohio: Competitive Nature

The Little Miami Triathlon’s sense of adventure draws a nonathlete from the sidelines.

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