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Dinosaurs in Ohio? 5 Facts about Ohio Fossils

Bill Urbanski, a docent from Cleveland Natural Natural History, visited us Monday to talk about some of the fossils found in Ohio. And, while we couldn’t possibly share everything we learned, here are a few fun facts. 1. No dinosaur … Continue reading

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Learn about dinosaurs in Ohio

It’s difficult to imagine a sauropod stomping down Center Street or a Tyrannosaurus stalking its pray in Veterans Park, but Ohio—like almost anywhere above water during the Mesozoic Era—was once the realm of the dinosaurs. You can learn about the dinosaurs … Continue reading

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5 Facts about Prehistoric Ohio

Bill Urbanski, a docent from Cleveland Natural Natural History, visited us Monday to talk about Ohio’s prehistoric people. And, while we couldn’t possibly share everything we learned, here are a few fun facts. 1. First off, we should probably clarify … Continue reading

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Meeting the eagles from Mentor Marsh

Naturalist Becky Donaldson wasn’t able to bring the actual bald eagles who nest in Mentor Marsh with her when she visited our Headlands Branch this Saturday, but she was able to bring a few interesting artifacts (including a skull) and … Continue reading

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Discover More About Where You Live: Mentor Marsh

We are fortunate to live in this beautiful community. We are surrounded by scenic city, county, state and even national parks. But how often do we think about or visit them? Take, for example, the Mentor Marsh. It’s nearly 700 … Continue reading

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