Since 2006, citizen scientists of the Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society have been hard at work collecting valuable bird data throughout the east branch of the Rocky River Watershed, in an area designated the Rocky River IBA. Birds are excellent indicators of ecosystem health, therefore it is our hope that this data will help educate the inhabitants of Cleveland and the surrounding suburbs and encourage the community to become more involved in the conservation of our natural resources, and eventually create a ring of contiguous green space around greater Cleveland, and throughout the Rocky River Reservation.

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This work has been funded by Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement Awards (Summer 2010)
from Cleveland State University.

Special thanks to
Mr. Tom Romito, President of Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society
Mr. Stan Searles, Curator of Ornithology at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
Dr. Terry Robinson, Manager of Field Research at Cleveland Metroparks, and
Mr. Stephen Mather, GIS Manager at Cleveland Metroparks

Subpages (1): About the Project