Piedmont Lakes East Topo Map

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This site consists of two of the large lakes on the Georgia/South Carolina border, Lake Hartwell and J. Strom Thurmond Lake (formerly Clark Hill Reservoir). As is typical in Georgia, neither of these lakes really has large numbers of waterfowl during the winter, but the areas of deep water near the dams are worth checking during waterfowl migration. They both have at least a few Common Loons and Horned Grebes throughout the winter. You can also check below both dams for gulls in winter. Most of the gulls will be Ring-billed, with a few Bonaparte’s and rarely a Herring. Rare gulls have also been spotted below various Georgia dams, so check them all. Though only directions to the dam are given, a local area map may allow you to explore the large areas of public lands nearby both lakes if you will be here for a while. The months given above are the best for duck migration, but a few ducks will be in both lakes all winter. At times when lake levels are down, the upper reaches may have enough mudflat habitat to attract shorebirds during migration. Key birds: Common Loon, Horned Grebe, migrant waterfowl, gulls.
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Augusta, Georgia

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Mar 2018