Fort Pulaski / Tybee Island Topo Map

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Fort Pulaski is an excellent location for coastal passerine migrants in the scrub and myrtle thickets around the old fort. The salt marshes in this area are very good for wrens and sparrows, and there are several good beach roost sites on Tybee Island. The north end of Tybee is great for the more northerly winter seabirds, and this island is the best spot in Georgia for Purple Sandpipers. If you are not birding during migration, you may want to skip Fort Pulaski and go straight to Tybee Island. Key birds: Red-throated Loon, terns and gulls including Lesser Blackbacked Gull, Purple Sandpiper and other shorebirds, salt marsh sparrows, and migrant passerines. 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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Savannah, Georgia

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