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Birding in Georgia

Join us as we explore the brand-new Southern Rivers Birding Trail. The trail consists of 30 fantastic birding sites located on or near a Georgia river.

Also, witness the effort of Operation Migration and the Whooping Cranes Restoration Project to restore a population of whooping cranes to the eastern United States.

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Colonial Coast Birding Trail

There are many great areas to bird along the Georgia coast. Visit the Colonial Coast Birding Trail for more information.

Audubon Society

The mission of the Audubon Society is to help people understand and preserve the natural world, with a particular focus on birds and wildlife and their habitats.

Georgia Department of Natural Resources

The Georgia Department of Natural Resources as the charge to sustain, enhance, protect and conserve Georgia's natural, historic and cultural resources – and this includes BIRDS!

American Birding Association

Encourages conservation of birds and their habitats by developing and disseminating information, and promoting economic and environmental values of birding.

The Georgia Ornithological Society, The Waterbird Society, and the A to Z Birders Network

Other great websites to visit and learn more about birding

Partners in Flight

An international cooperative bird conservation effort involving state and federal agencies, nongovernmental and philanthropic organizations, corporations, universities and individuals. PIF's vision is to keep bird populations and their habitats healthy through monitoring, research, management and education.

Georgia Falconry Association

A group dedicated to preserving the art and practice of falconry, as well as, educating the public on the conservation, management, and ecology of raptors.

Lamar Q Ball, Jr. Raptor Center

Learn more about Georgia Southern University's Lamar Q Ball, Jr. Raptor Center. This wildlife education center consists of six habitat displays, housing eleven species of live birds of prey – including an American bald eagle!

Hunting Regulations

Before you head out to bag a rabbit be sure to check out the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Hunting Regulations website to make you are legal.