Posts Tagged ‘cleveland metroparks’

Lakefront Originals

Help choose the opening act for Taste on the Lake in a battle of Cleveland bands, performing original songs. Vote for your favorite band online to open at this summer’s Taste on the Lake July 7. Share:

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Lakefront Originals

Help choose the opening act for Taste on the Lake in a battle of Cleveland bands, performing original songs. Vote for your favorite band online to open at this summer’s Taste on the Lake July 7. Share:

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Lakefront Originals

Help choose the opening act for Taste on the Lake in a battle of Cleveland bands, performing original songs. Vote for your favorite band online to open at this summer’s Taste on the Lake July 7. Share:

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Lakefront Originals

Help choose the opening act for Taste on the Lake in a battle of Cleveland bands, performing original songs. Vote for your favorite band online to open at this summer’s Taste on the Lake July 7. Share:

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Lake Erie fish report May 11, 2018

Weather is warming up, and the boat launch ramps are in the water at the Cleveland Metroparks. In the Metroparks’ weekly fish report, aquatic biologist Mike Durkalec said smallmouth bass are now swimming in the Rocky, Chagrin and Cuyahoga rivers. Note: you can’t keep smallmouth/largemouth bass caught in Lake Erie or the Rocky River north of…

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Lake Erie fishing report May 4

The weather is good, and the fish are biting. Plus, it’s free fishing weekend in Ohio! Where to try to catch a fish? Lake Erie marina and harbor areas offer chances to catch walleye, steelhead trout, northern pike, panfish, and largemouth and smallmoth bass in spring, according to Cleveland Metroparks aquatic biologist Mike Durkalec. Main and…

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280 bird species spotted at Cleveland Lakefront Nature Preserve

Birds are migrating north. And hundreds of them will soon stop at the Cleveland Lakefront Nature Preserve, 88 acres of dredged soil from the bottom of the Cuyahoga River. In the spring and fall, the brightly colored warblers, vireos, thrushes and flycatchers stop to refuel, eating and resting before they fly 60 miles across lake…

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