A few years ago, I visited Maumee Bay State park and enjoyed it so I decided to go back. I was there May 28 – 31. While there I walked and biked in the park and I went to the Ottawa National Wildlife refuge and the Maggie Marsh Wildlife area. One of the reasons I like the park is the huge campsites that are paved. The picture below is the “yard” of the site beside mine and my RV.
I didn’t spend much time in Ottawa National Wildlife refuge, but enjoyed a morning in Maggie Marsh Wildlife area. When I first got to the wildlife area I noticed a Bald Eagle nest and an eagle was feeding her little one --
I spent a good bit of time on the boardwalk --
I spotted this bird that may be a Yellow Warbler (I’m not very good at smaller birds)--
I don’t know what type of bird is in the picture below, but he seemed as curious about me as I was about him.
A disadvantage of the area is that it is very close to the Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station.
From here, I headed to Shipshewana, In.