Tour the Appalachian Discovery & Birding Trail in Adams County, Ohio.
- Open daily year-round
- Location: (Map It) Adams County in Southwest Ohio
- Phone: 937-544-2880
- Web: click here
The Appalachian Discovery & Birding Trail: Welcome to Southern Ohio’s driving trail featuring wildlife in flight and historical sites across the rural countryside at the Edge of Appalachia. The forested landscape stretches some 200 miles. The trail is intended to be a weekend excursion for visitors to see the region’s most productive birding hotspots, nestle up at quality lodges or cabins, and eat at a number of great dining facilities, and do some sightseeing at the unique historical attractions dotting the countryside. This year-round tour features the springtime migration, breeding season, autumn’s rich palette of colors and winter’s white ground coat making it a snap to see eagles, hawks and ducks. During summertime, Adams County has its specialties for birding such as blue grosbeak, chuck-will’s-widow, and prairie, yellow-throated and worm-eating warblers. The trip is perfect for those looking to spend a couple of days in the slow-lane of life and take in the natural splendor that is increasingly hard to find.