Watchable Wildlife is a program designed to enhance wildlife viewing opportunities for the public across the state. The objectives are four-fold: wildlife-associated recreation, economic development, education, and conservation.
The national Watchable Wildlife program is a nationwide network of designated wildlife viewing sites, providing wildlife viewing opportunities ranging from the largest mammals to the smallest insects. Each participating state also develops a wildlife viewing guide booklet listing each site.
There are a total of 80 sites throughout Ohio. This listing has been broken down into district divisions.