We enjoy and protect birds through
education, conservation, and advocacy.
Some of the Earth's greatest bird populations are threatened by development, competition for food, and environmental changes. Join Ogeechee Audubon's effort to protect birds and other wildlife while sharing the joy of Georgia's natural resources.
Majority of the photography provided by Ogeechee Audubon members
Speaker: Phyllis Limbacher Tildes
Phyllis Limbacher Tildes is an award-winning author and illustrator of two dozen picture books for children, infants to about eight years old. Her passion for nature and wildlife is reflected in many of her titles. Phyllis will be showing the steps of creating the art for her children’s books and talking about the research, writing and path to publication as well.
We will be looking for summer warblers, terns, gulls, kites and you never know what we will see at this small lake in the middle of Savannah!
Meet at the left side of the main parking lot at 7:30 am. Leader: Larry Carlile, L.email@example.com or 912-224-1796.
Trip Rigor: Easy
We will be searching for fledgling gallinules, least bitterns, kites, indigo buntings, and possibly roseate spoonbills. We will travel by car to various spots.
Meet at Laurel Hill Wildlife Dr at 8:00 am. Leader: Mary Lou Dickson, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trip Rigor: Easy
Ogeechee Audubon in action
Wait! Does that chick really need help? The sight of a baby bird unattended outside the nest is bound to awaken your compassionate instinct to protect it. But that rescue may not be necessary. In fact, it could be counterproductive.
Find out how to determine when you should intervene—and what to do if that baby bird really does need a helping hand.
Ogeechee Audubon joined with the Savannah Coastal Refuges Complex to build four Barn Owl Boxes for their Pinckney Island and Harris Neck refuges. Fifteen enthusiastic helpers met at the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge wood shop to complete the assembly of 4 pre-cut owl boxes.
Governor Nathan Deal recently signed a proclamation designating the month of September as the inaugural Georgia Grows Native for Birds Month.