The Western Wildlife Corridor Story
Western Wildlife Corridor by the Numbers
The number of hours Western Wildlife Corridor Volunteers have logged in 2020!
The number of acres that Western Wildlife Corridor protects and manages right here on the west side of Cincinnati!
The number of Western Wildlife Corridor Members that supported our efforts last year. We can’t do this without you!
It’s always interesting to see what’s been wandering around on Bender Mountain, and today was no exception. Right away, as I walked down the slope from Bender Road on the Eagle Scout trail, I could see that a lot of deer had been out and about (as you can see…
Western Wildlife Corridor had its annual Wildflower Festival on April 13, and what a great success it was. Hundreds of people strolled along the isles packed with informational displays on the environment as well as native plants and nature related crafts for sale. Of course the children made a bee-line…
Did you catch the article on Forest Inventory in the latest Winter Edition of the Steward newsletter? If not, check it out here. Below, you’ll find some supplementary information to accompany Matt Fitzpatrick’s informative article;
Black Snakeroot at Bender Mountain, September, 2011 -photo by Tim Sisson, WWC President 2011 From wikipedia; “Actaea racemosa (black cohosh, black bugbane, black snakeroot, fairy candle; syn. Cimicifuga racemosa) is a plant of the buttercup family (Ranunculaceae). It is native to eastern North America from the extreme south of Ontario…