Ohio wildlife at the state fair

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

A variety of Ohio wildlife will be on display at Natural Resources Park during the 12 days of the Ohio State Fair, which starts Wednesday. Rare and endangered species -- including a bobcat, two bald eagles and trumpeter swan -- can be seen in the educational exhibit. Beaver, fox, owl, river otter and wild turkey will be there, too.

The eight-acre park is located at the southeast corner of the fairgrounds. An amphitheater offers live entertainment daily from 11:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m, and a youth fishing pond is stocked with bluegill and catfish throughout the fair's run. Also, don't miss the giant kayaking pool!

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