The Western Wildlife Corridor Story
Western Wildlife Corridor by the Numbers
The number of hours Western Wildlife Corridor Volunteers have logged in 2022!
About 390 Acres
The number of acres that Western Wildlife Corridor protects and manages right here on the west side of Cincinnati!
by Jessee J. Smith You may not have heard them singing, but you’ve probably heard the buzz: Brood X of the periodical cicadas (Magicicada spp.) is emerging over a large portion of the eastern U.S. this year. These big bugs belong to the order Hemiptera (true bugs) and are related…
Here are some of the Native Wildflowers which have been blooming in our Preserves this year. We hope you have been able to get out onto the trails to see these and other native wildflowers. Big thanks to all our volunteers who’ve helped remove invasive plants, allowing the wildflowers to…
Marie Finn was born and raised in Ohio, graduating from Seton High School before beginning her career in publishing here in Cincinnati. Her career in publishing continued for many years in California, where she discovered a love of nature, especially native wildflowers. Upon returning to Cincinnati, she began taking courses…
For your Information at Kirby Nature Center: If you arrive there to walk the trails, and find that the gates are closed, just walk around the gates, and you will be able to access the trails! When the gates are closed, it’s okay to park on the grass.