- Is the Sanctuary handicap accessible?
- Is it indoors?
- What are your hours?
- Is there a charge for admission?
- Can I bring my dog?
- I have found an injured bird. What should I do?
- Can we touch or hold a bird?
- What birds do you provide care for?
We are open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. We are open from noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday. We are closed on Mondays and holidays.
Admission fee to the bird display area is $3/adult, $1/children (under 2 free), Veterans and active Military and individuals from assisted living centers (No fee for their caregivers.). Free admission to bird area for active OBS members. There is no charge to enjoy our visitors center, trails, picnic areas or children’s Naturescape play area.
All dogs must be on a leash and under control at all time. Dogs are only allowed on the hiking trails. Please be aware that some of our birds are often out of their enclosures for various reasons and an unrestrained pet could do irreparable damage.
Pets are not allowed:
- in or near the buildings.
- in or near the songbird aviary and bird-of-prey enclosures.
- in the Nature Playscape.
The Ohio Bird Sanctuary is licensed by the Division of Wildlife and US Fish and Wildlife for the purpose of education and native bird rehabilitation. The birds in our care are not pets and touch by the general public is not permitted. We do have domestic Bantam hens as ambassadors for our feathered friends program and these are able to be petted. When you enter the songbird aviary many of the birds will alight near you and readily take food from the seed cups we provide.