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Ohio’s Magee Marsh ‘bird’ center refurbished, rededicated

Visitors at the rededication of the Magee Marsh Migratory Bird Center cross the bridge leading to the visitor center. The building, built originally in 1970, was given a $4 million upgrade recently. The bird center tells the history of waterfowl hunting on the north shore of Lake Erie. (Photo courtesy Ohio DNR)
On May 4, during one of the first pleasant mornings in recent weeks, a multitude of Ohio DNR (ODNR) and Division of Wildlife (DOW) personnel, U.S. Fish and Wildlife staff, local, federal and state legislators, agency heads, tourism leaders, members of the media, and many other well-wishers celebrated the re-opening of the former Magee Marsh Sportsmen’s Migratory Bird Center.
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