Ocmulgee National Monument Topo Map

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The Ocmulgee National Monument was created to preserve the remains of a Mississippian culture outpost dating from about a.d. 1000. In addition to the historical site, there is some great birding in the forest along the Ocmulgee River and Walnut Creek, especially during migration. Even during the summer it has interesting breeders. There are several trails and road access to good spots, as well as fascinating historical exhibits and remains. Key birds: Yellow-bellied Flycatcher, Mississippi Kite; Prothonotary, Kentucky, and Canada Warblers.
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Macon, Georgia

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Mar 2018