Audubon Society field trip to Gross Woods near Jackson Center


Bird watching at Samuel Gross Memorial Woods State Nature Preserve near Jackson Center are, left to right, Mary and Don Rosenbeck, both of Jackson Center and Eric Broughton, of Lima. The walk lead by Broughton was a Tri-Morain Audubon Society field trip. The Gross park is one of the least disturbed old-growth woods in west-central Ohio. One white oak tree at the park is 113 feet tall with a circumference of 14 feet. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Bird watching at Samuel Gross Memorial Woods State Nature Preserve near Jackson Center are, left to right, Mary and Don Rosenbeck, both of Jackson Center and Eric Broughton, of Lima. The walk lead by Broughton was a Tri-Morain Audubon Society field trip. The Gross park is one of the least disturbed old-growth woods in west-central Ohio. One white oak tree at the park is 113 feet tall with a circumference of 14 feet. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News


Bird watching at Samuel Gross Memorial Woods State Nature Preserve near Jackson Center are, left to right, Mary and Don Rosenbeck, both of Jackson Center and Eric Broughton, of Lima. The walk lead by Broughton was a Tri-Morain Audubon Society field trip. The Gross park is one of the least disturbed old-growth woods in west-central Ohio. One white oak tree at the park is 113 feet tall with a circumference of 14 feet. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Bird watching at Samuel Gross Memorial Woods State Nature Preserve near Jackson Center are, left to right, Mary and Don Rosenbeck, both of Jackson Center and Eric Broughton, of Lima. The walk lead by Broughton was a Tri-Morain Audubon Society field trip. The Gross park is one of the least disturbed old-growth woods in west-central Ohio. One white oak tree at the park is 113 feet tall with a circumference of 14 feet. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/10/web1_SDN101715BirdWatch.jpgBird watching at Samuel Gross Memorial Woods State Nature Preserve near Jackson Center are, left to right, Mary and Don Rosenbeck, both of Jackson Center and Eric Broughton, of Lima. The walk lead by Broughton was a Tri-Morain Audubon Society field trip. The Gross park is one of the least disturbed old-growth woods in west-central Ohio. One white oak tree at the park is 113 feet tall with a circumference of 14 feet. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News