Altamaha Delta Birding Experience led by Captain Brooks Good to the Altamaha River basin a natural area that provides a major stopping point for migrating shorebirds in spring. The Altamaha Wildlife Management Area consists of 3,154 acres of managed waterfowl impoundments and some 27,000 acres of bottomland hardwoods and cypress-tupelo swamps.
On this trip you will have an opportunity to observe a wide variety of local and migratory species of shorebirds, wading birds, seabirds, and waterfowl. Captain Brooks Good will lead this boat trip in the Altamaha River area. He has a BS degree in Wildlife Biology and has worked as a Biologist on the Georgia Coast with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources for 14 years.
Time: 1pm to 5pm. This is a very special opportunity to see this protected area.
Cost: Ogeechee Audubon members $75, non-members $80, minimum 10 for trip to go, maximum 24. You MUST sign-up in order to go. OAS members will be given first preference for signing up.
Please email us at email@example.com with your name, phone # and email address to let us know if you are coming and send in your check to Ogeechee Audubon Society, P.O. Box 13424, Savannah, GA 31416. Mark att. Altamaha trip. You can sign up using the form below.
We MUST receive your check by Friday April 13th for you to secure your reservation - email notice will not suffice. Once we have received your check, we will provide you with the details of time and place we will be meeting for the trip.
We need at least 10 people for the trip to go.