With dozens of children and adults battling the rain and gloomy weather, we were able to excite future generations about the importance of conserving Lake County’s most precious resource – its parks!
Live images from the Kevin P. Clinton Wildlife Center at Penitentiary Glen Reservation lets you catch glimpses of bald eagle resident, Apollo or other animals including bobcat cubs and foxes that are rescued, being rehabilitated and released back into nature.
By adding approximately nine acres of property to the Helen Hazen Wyman Park, we have preserved land and access to the Grand River for our community to fish, creek walk and enjoy the beauty of nature.
On May 13, 2014, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife (DOW) contacted the Lake Metroparks Kevin P. Clinton Wildlife Center to arrange care for an orphaned bobcat.
Installation of wind turbine at Lake Metroparks Farmpark in Kirtland. The turbine is part of a display featuring different forms of alternative energy. LPF contributed to the purchase and installation of the turbine and display.
Lake Metroparks interpreters lead a wildlife education and outreach program at a local area school featuring a red-tailed hawk. LPF plays role through scholarships and support of Wildlife Center.
Staff at the Lake Metroparks Kevin P. Clinton Wildlife Center specialize in the rehabilitation of injured wildlife. The LPF has contributed greatly to this project beginning with assistance toward the facility’s construction.