US-GA-Birding in Georgia

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Birding in Georgia

Click on a county name in the alphabetical list of Georgia counties to find the eBird hotspots in the county. Enter all or part of the name of a location in the search box to the left to search for a particular hotspot.

Select by County ➢ Clickable Map* ⇓ Alphabetical list of Georgia Counties
Select from a List ➢ Alphabetical list of Georgia Hotspots* ⇓
Explore Georgia in eBirdOverview Counties Hotspots Recent visits
Top Georgia eBirdersAll Time 2017 2018
My eBird Georgia linksLife List Year List Month List

`*Under development

Statewide Checklists by Season by Month
Georgia (all months)
Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb
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Popular Georgia Birding Destinations

  1. Jekyll Island - 303 species
  2. Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge - 264 species
  3. Little Saint Simons Island - 263 species
  4. Sapelo Island - 256 species
  5. Altamaha Wildlife Management Area - 255 species
  6. Cumberland Island National Seashore - 246 species
  7. Phinizy Swamp Nature Park - 234 species
  8. Oxbow Meadows - 233 species
  9. Clayton County Water Authority--E.L. Huie Ponds - 228 species
  10. Tybee Island 224 species

This website is under development and will provide descriptions and maps of eBird Hotspots in Georgia.

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Appling

Atkinson

Bacon

Baker

Baldwin

Banks

Barrow

Bartow

Ben Hill

Berrien

Bibb

Bleckley

Brantley

Brooks

Bryan

Bulloch

Burke

Butts

Calhoun

Camden

Candler

Carroll

Catoosa

Charlton

Chatham

Chattahoochee

Chattooga

Cherokee

Clarke

Clay

Clayton

Clinch

Cobb

Coffee

Colquitt

Columbia

Cook

Coweta

Crawford

Crisp

Dade

Dawson

Decatur

DeKalb

Dodge

Dooly

Dougherty

Douglas

Early

Echols

Effingham

Elbert

Emanuel

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Evans

Fannin

Fayette

Floyd

Forsyth

Franklin

Fulton

Gilmer

Glascock

Glynn

Gordon

Grady

Greene

Gwinnett

Habersham

Hall

Hancock

Haralson

Harris

Hart

Heard

Henry

Houston

Irwin

Jackson

Jasper

Jeff Davis

Jefferson

Jenkins

Johnson

Jones

Lamar

Lanier

Laurens

Lee

Liberty

Lincoln

Long

Lowndes

Lumpkin

McDuffie

McIntosh

Macon

Madison

Marion

Meriwether

Miller

Mitchell

Monroe

Montgomery

Morgan

Murray

Muscogee

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Newton

Oconee

Oglethorpe

Paulding

Peach

Pickens

Pierce

Pike

Polk

Pulaski

Putnam

Quitman

Rabun

Randolph

Richmond

Rockdale

Schley

Screven

Seminole

Spalding

Stephens

Stewart

Sumter

Talbot

Taliaferro

Tattnall

Taylor

Telfair

Terrell

Thomas

Tift

Toombs

Towns

Treutlen

Troup

Turner

Twiggs

Union

Upson

Walker

Walton

Ware

Warren

Washington

Wayne

Webster

Wheeler

White

Whitfield

Wilcox

Wilkes

Wilkinson

Worth

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Resources

Books on Birding in Georgia
Birds of North America
Alpha Codes (4-letter)
Code of Birding Ethics

Web sites about birding in Georgia

Georgia Ornithological Society
Birding in Georgia (National Audubon Society)
Georgia's Colonial Coast Birding Trail
Southern Rivers Birding Trail
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This website provides descriptions and maps of birding locations in Georgia.
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