Arrowhead Wildlife Education Center Topo Map

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Although this former fish hatchery is no longer used for that purpose, the Arrowhead Wildlife Education Center still has the ponds and a couple of nice trails around them. The site is fairly small and can be birded in a couple hours of easy walking on trails along the old dikes. Although there aren’t really any key species here, at various seasons this spot attracts many interesting and varied birds and is always worth checking. The ponds are specifically managed for waterfowl and shorebirds, and this prime habitat attracts many good birds in all seasons. Additionally, for winter birders, directions are given to the nearby Garden Lakes, which are excellent for ducks during the winter months. In between the two spots is the large Berry College Wildlife Management Area, with several interesting trails for spring or summer birding. Key birds: Ducks, shorebirds. This eTrail provides detailed information on birding strategies for this specific location, the specialty birds and other key birds you might see, directions to each birding spot, and helpful general information.
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Armuchee, Georgia

Get Arrowhead Wildlife Education Center Topo maps on One of Georgia's best camping sites, Arrowhead Wildlife Education Center is located near Armuchee, GA. Trails' printable online topo maps offer shaded and un-shaded reliefs, and aerial photos too! Use topographic map functionality to find elevation, print high resolution maps, save a PNG, or just learn the topography around Arrowhead Wildlife Education Center. You can also get free latitude and longitude coordinates from the topographical map and set your GPS. Subscribers with access to our maps can download or print any topo, and cover more terrain when you map your Arrowhead Wildlife Education Center route ahead of time.

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Mar 2018