CLEVELAND - There are tons of things to do around northeast Ohio in Spring both inside and outside.
For most of us, it's all about finding something to do for cheap! Be sure to check out the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, the Great Blue Herons are back!
Last year there were about 124 nests and this year we are on target to tie that. Everyone can check out the Great Blue Herens at this particular rookery in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
You can park right along the Bath Road. Just pull up and take in Nature's full effect!
Standing about 4 feet tall, the Great Blue Heron towers over your typical backyard bird. Factor in a wingspan of over 6 feet and a flying speed of up to 30 mph, there is no wonder why these birds are so popular.
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