Swan Creek Preserve Metropark--Window on Wildlife

About this Location

The Window on Wildlife at the Oak Openings Metropark is located in the Buehner Center.

Take a seat in a warm, dry place where you can observe birds and other wildlife attracted to feeding stations and water features. Windows On Wildlife are mini-nature centers open every day during park hours.

This room looks out onto professionally created and maintained wildlife feeding stations outside, with interpretive information inside to help you identify the birds and other animals that you are looking at. Windows on Wildlife are handicap accessible and heated for year-round use by everyone.
From Toledo Metropark Windows on Wildlife webpage

About Swan Creek Preserve Metropark

The South Toledo park named for the creek is an oasis in an urban area, providing crucial feeding and resting ground for migratory birds and a nesting area for resident species. The forested banks of Swan Creek offer a sheltered corridor of wild vegetation in the midst of the city. Animals such as deer, foxes, and raccoons use the corridor to move between feeding, resting and mating areas.

Swan Creek spans 441 acres and an additional 154 acres along the Swan Creek Corridor. Activities and attractions include scenic overlooks along the trails, a swinging bridge, indoor and picnic shelters, a playground, and wildlife feedings stations with indoor viewing areas called Windows on Wildlife.
From Swan Creek Preserve Metropark webpage

Restrooms at locations identified on park map.

ADA accessible bird blind.