The box turtle is on Oho’s concerned species list and particular susceptible to conflicts with motor vehicles.

Naturalist, Robin Green, from the Clermont County Park District presented a fascinating program to Cincinnati Eastside Rotary on how wildlife has evolved in Ohio over the last three centuries. And she even brought some friends to help. Green had a box turtle, snapping turtle and corn snake to help liven the presentation.

The Clermont County Park District was formed in 1970 as a separate political subdivision of the State of Ohio. The Clermont Park District operates six parks, three nature preserves, and eight greenspaces encompassing nearly 1,000 acres all through the county.

During the COVID-19 crisis, Park District properties are open for hiking and walking. Its mission is to acquire, plan, develop, program and maintain park property in the county for residents and nonresidents alike, and to secure the preservation of open space and places of scenic or historic value. 

FMI: https://clermontparks.org/

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The Rotary Club of Cincinnati-Eastside was chartered on April 5, 2013 and its nearly 50 members enjoy fellowship, service and education each Wednesday for an online meeting. Prospective members are always welcome.

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