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  • At-a-Glance
  • What to Look For
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  • 81 - Woodlawn Cemetery

    1502 W. Central Ave
    Toledo, OH 43606

    419.472.2186

    Public Access

    Open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. May through October, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. November through April

    Amenities

    Restrooms

    GPS Coordinates

    N 41° 40'40.92"; W 83° 34'46.21"

    Driving Directions

    From I-75, take I-475 West toward Maumee. Exit at Jackman Road and turn right. Turn left onto West Central Avenue and drive 0.2 mile to Woodlawn main gate.

    What to Look For

    Woodlawn is one of Ohio's most beautiful cemeteries, and its 160 acres features many large cone-bearing conifer trees. The cemetery is legendary for boreal irruptive species such as crossbills, Pine Siskin, Red-breasted Nuthatches, and Common Redpolls. If it is an invasion winter for any of these species there are sure to be some in the cemetery. Good numbers and diversity of songbirds can be recorded during spring and fall migration. Long-eared Owl and Northern Saw-whet Owl are possible in migration and winter, but finding one means carefully searching dense conifers. Northern Goshawk has also been found in winter. Over 200 species have been recorded in the cemetery.

    Natural Features

    The cemetery also serves as an arboretum, and boasts about 300 species or varieties of trees.