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

 

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Our partner, Oatland Island Wildlife Center, was hit by a tornado on July 27.   It appears their Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/OatlandIsland/) is the best place to get updated information.   Per their Facebook page post:

“We were hit by a F1 tornado. Animals and staff are ok. Our buildings and enclosures did sustain significant damage we will be closed for an unknown amount of time. We appreciate the outpouring of support. “

To help out financially, Friends of Oatland Island has started a fund, use this link to donate:  https://www.friendsofoatland.org/

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 Live Oak and saltwater marsh - Photo by Mary Lou Dickson

Live Oak and saltwater marsh - Photo by Mary Lou Dickson

About

Ogeechee Audubon is a member-supported, 501 (c) 3 non-profit chapter of the National Audubon Society. Located in Chatham County, Georgia, we hold monthly meetings, field trips and other activities.

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 Spring Bird Walks at Forsyth Park - Photo by Mary Lou Dickson

Spring Bird Walks at Forsyth Park - Photo by Mary Lou Dickson

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Join Ogeechee Audubon in celebrating the Year of the Bird 2018