|Perkins showcases Ohio’s native animals and plants in a 2.2-acre outdoor gallery adjoining the Museum. Visitors can see Bald Eagles, owls, deer, foxes, bobcats, hawks and other creatures in enclosures designed to resemble their natural habitats. The Woods Garden features a rich canopy of towering tulip, oak, beech and maple trees. It highlights several of Ohio’s native natural communities: swamp forest, shrub forest, fossil and sand ridge, rich mixed forest, emergent marsh and buckeye opening. A glass-enclosed entrance and heated, paved pathways enhance accessibility for those using wheelchairs and strollers.