Best Birding in Georgia

This list represents the most popular birding in Georgia. Use this list to plan your next Georgia birding trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

The Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge provides a doorway to more than 400,000 acres ...
One of Georgia’s longest and largest rivers, the Savannah originates in Hart County in ...
This area of Dawson Forest WMA is called the City of Atlanta tract. It is a large area ...
The Oconee River is one of Georgia’s major rivers. More than 200 miles of river start ...
This small park is an easy way to get into some prime floodplain habitat located just ...
This site is on a large levee along the Savannah River near Augusta, and it involves birding ...
The Savannah Lock and Dam is actually in Augusta, and gets its name from the Savannah ...
The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area (CRNRA) is a series of sections along ...
Cumberland Island is Georgia’s largest barrier island, and a national seashore since 1972. ...
This is one of the best birding spots in Georgia, worth visiting any time of year. The ...
This section is made up of several sites located along US 411 going north from Cartersville ...
A blackwater tributary of the lower Savannah River, Ebenezer Creek boasts a rich history ...
The lake at Sweetwater Creek is large and fairly deep; it attracts more divers than most ...
The Cohutta WMA is a huge area of forest in north Georgia, of more than 95,000 acres. ...
This sod farm is just south of Macon and is fairly small in comparison with the other ...
Brasstown Bald is the tallest mountain in Georgia at 4,784 feet. Several species that ...
This section highlights several good spots in the extreme northwest corner of Georgia. ...
Fort Pulaski is an excellent location for coastal passerine migrants in the scrub and ...
The name Oostanaula is a derivation of the Cherokee phrase for “Shoal River.” The inspiration ...
Lake Lanier is a 38,000-acre deepwater lake northeast of Atlanta. It has numerous parks ...
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