Georgia Audubon is a bird-focused organization that combines conservation, education, and community engagement with activities that build community and foster the joy of birding.
Audubon Society Chapters
Audubon chapters and other bird clubs often offer bird walks open to the public. Some also have monthly meetings with speakers, as well as newsletters and classes on birding.
- Coastal Georgia (Brunswick)
- Ocmulgee (Macon)
- Oconee Rivers (Athens)
- Ogeechee (Savannah)
- Southern Wings Bird Club (Lawrenceville)
For other clubs and resources, visit the Georgia Ornithological Society.
Citizen Science Projects
- Bird Sleuth
- Breeding Bird Survey
- Requires excellent bird ID skills by sight and sound. Contact DNR’s Wildlife Conservation Section office in Forsyth for details (478-994-1438).
- Celebrate Urban Birds
- Christmas Bird Count
- Citizen Science in the Schoolyard
- Great Backyard Bird Count
- Nest Watch
- Project FeederWatch
- Georgia Audubon Learning about Birds Curriculum
- Cornell K–12 Education
- National Wildlife Federation Schoolyard Wildlife Habitat Planning Guide
- Project Flying WILD/Project WILD
- Project WILD Activities