BUTLER TWP. – Come enjoy the Faerie Birds of Aullwood, a series of six beautifully crafted faerie houses installed along the Birds, Flight, and Wrights Trail near the Marie S. Aull Education Center. Built by long-time volunteers Judi Hill, Janie Gehman, Kathy Anderson, and Jen Basinger with guidance from Aullwood’s Executive Director, Alexis Faust, these delightful faerie houses were each designed to attract a very specific type of bird. Each bird is native to Ohio. Test your bird identification skills, match the correct local bird to each faerie house, and a prize awaits!
To participate, stop in Marie S. Aull Education Center and pick up your Faerie House Form at the front desk. Proceed to the [flights trail], and turn left to find the first house. Mark the bird you think might live in each house on your form. Return to the front desk to check your form against the key. If you have identified all six birds correctly, you will win a prize!
Come and enjoy the miniature faerie fun! Hurry, exhibit ends May 31.