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
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/
Special events and monthly meetings
NEW - Added field trip, replaces cancelled Onslow Island Field Trip
We'll be looking for migrating songbirds as well as late season herons, egrets, wood storks, ibis, roseate spoonbills, and black-bellied whistling ducks.
Meet at the entrance at 8:00 am. Bring water, bug spray, hat, sunscreen. Leader: Pam Smith 717-201-9756 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This event has been cancelled. The current conditions at this site may not be favorable to support large numbers of migrating birds.
A field trip to Harris Neck NWR has been added on Saturday August 25, 2018, 8 AM.
We apologize for the confusion.
With fall migration well underway, we never know what we will find on Hutchinson, including migratory songbirds, shorebirds, and raptors.
Meet by the large white building in the center of The Reserve at 8 am. Leader Larry Carlile, 912-224-1796 or email@example.com
Ogeechee Audubon Society Meeting
The Accidental Birder – Birds I Saw as I Traveled Through South Africa
There will be a raffle (supporting Orphan Bird Care) and we will be selling OAS pins
Lake Mayer offers interesting year-round residents as well as migratory songbirds and perhaps the first returning waterfowl of the season.
Meet in the east side of the main parking lot off Montgomery Crossroads at 8:00 am. Leader Steve Fox, 912-596-4685 or firstname.lastname@example.org
eBird is planning another 'Big Day' on 6 October 2018; more details will be announced in due course.