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Sea hawks are making a comeback in Ottaw…

26-07-2015 Hits:138

Sea hawks are making a comeback in Ottawa County

A female Osprey getting banded at ONWR. By Heidi Hughes, Ottawa National Wildlife RefugePhotos by Heidi HughesNot the football team.  We’re talking about real, live fish eating birds of prey: Ospreys.

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Live art continues at the GPCAAC Art Wal…

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Live art continues at the GPCAAC Art Walk

On Thursday, July 23, the Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council held another Art Walk in downtown Port Clinton. The weather was perfect for strolling the streets and seeing art...

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Perch season upon us

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Perch season upon us

Capt Erik Bosley on Eye Hunter 2 guided his party to this walleye catch over the weekend.Time to dust off the perch rods and get out on Lake Erie and...

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Oak Harbor Middle School brings back Econ Fair

Student made duct tape bows at the Econ Fair.

The fourth grade class at Oak Harbor Middle School demonstrated their knowledge on marketing, entrepreneurship, finances and other important business skills at the Econ Fair. The students sold handcrafted products such as, keychains, jewelry, duct tape creations and many other uniquely designed merchandise. Their customers included the other students at OHMS, parents, grandparents, and school staff.

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Marsh Madness Day Camp at Ottawa NWR

Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is now accepting reservations for Marsh Madness Day Camp.       

This free camp provides children ages 8-12 with the opportunity to explore the natural world through hands on environmental programming. The camp session runs from 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. the week of June 22-26.

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Downtown Oak Harbor Farmers’ Market

The Oak Harbor Development Group in conjunction with Oak Harbor Area Chamber of Commerce will again be holding Downtown Oak Harbor Farmers’ Markets on the fourth Saturday of each month June-October from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The location of the market is at Log Cabin Park on North Church Street.

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