Richmond Hill, GA
J.F. Gregory Park is operated by the City of Richmond Hill. The area is dominated by a 300-acre rice field that predates the Civil War. A three-mile walking trail runs along the top of a dike that encompasses the field, which today is a wooded wetland. Attractions include a lake, walking trails, birding tower, canoe launch and two restored Henry Ford-era homes.
Wood duck, ruby-throated hummingbird, green heron, swallow-tailed kite, Mississippi kite, bald eagle, red-headed woodpecker, purple martin, northern parula, indigo bunting.
Look for warblers during spring and fall migrations. Prothonotary warblers are best seen from April to June.
Best Birding Seasons
521 Cedar Street
Richmond Hill, GA 31324