Let the birding begin!
Greater Mohican Audubon Society (GMAS) is dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of birds and other wildlife through environmental education and the conservation and restoration of habitat.
Greater Mohican Audubon Society consists of Ashland, Holmes, Richland and Wayne Counties in North-central Ohio. The National Audubon Society recognized GMAS as an official chapter in May 1999. The bird chosen to represent GMAS is the handsome Bobolink.
Lets start birding!
Hit the field
Finding birds is easier said than done. Capturing them takes a bit of skill, and once you’ve got your eye on the prize, you’ll want to know what exactly you’re staring at.
Where to go
You don’t have to go far from home to see birds. Any green area or open water source will do. Use our virtual map to find great spots and plan your itinerary from the comfort of your own home. These are the types of places to check out in your area.
Every hobby has its essential tools, and bird watching is no exception. All you need to start birding in your backyard is a field guide, a weather notebook and an easy-to-use birding app. Binoculars are a very useful tool if you want to take it to the next level.