We will stroll through the park-like setting of the beautiful 51-acre gardens looking for migrating birds, early arriving winter residents, and even some interesting butterflies, moths, and other pollinating insects, all drawn by the diversity of the floral plantings. As the Gardens grow and develop, variations in habitats are attracting a wide assemblage of species. (https://www.facebook.com/BambooFarmCoastalGardens).
Designated an eBird Hotspot, 135 species have been reported on the grounds to date. Help us add to that list.
Meet inside the Canebrake Road entrance in the Andrews Visitor and Education Center parking lot at 8:00 am.
Leader: Stan Gray, firstname.lastname@example.org or 912-659-5020.