By 1812Blockhouse

In a Facebook post, the Ohio Bird Sanctuary has informed visitors know of closures due to damage from last week’s massive storm.

All trails are now closed at the facility and remain so until further notice, the post shared. “We encourage you and your family to still come visit with the birds, attend a special bird encounters, and enjoy the nature playscape,” the post emphasized.

The weather created unsafe conditions on trails in the Sanctuary.

As we shared last Tuesday, several trails and recreation areas in Ashland, Morrow, and Richland counties managed by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) will be closed until further notice due to damage caused by those recent storms.

This was the same storm that produced a confirmed EF1 tornado which travelled from north of Butler to the Perrysville area.

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