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BaseballPhotographer
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Jan 14, 2009 06:42 |  #1

Where is the best place to photography different kinds of birds in Geogira. I am going on a camping trip soon and depending on your help, that decides where I will go. I'm just kind of getting old of al the smae birds. I don't have that many different species in my back yard, any help is appreciated.

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Mar 14, 2012 03:23 |  #2

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I'd like to hear from fellow bird shooters in the Georgia area as well. I am in Savannah and often travel to Atlanta, so I am open to most of the state.

Some places that come to mind:

Lake Mayer (Savannah)
Harris Neck (50 miles south of Savannah) - Recommended by a photographer I bumped into downtown. I have yet to visit, but plan to in the very near future.
Gulfstream Road (Port Wentworth) - Huge nesting area just off the road. Forgive me for not knowing the type of birds. But, the nests are in trees about 10-12 feet high in water with a very clear shot as the birds are quite active flying in and out of the nests.
Okefenokee Swamp (Southeast part of GA) - Have not been since I was a child.


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Mar 14, 2012 23:15 as a reply to JJD.Photography's post |  #3

Im not in GA but the local Audubon Society is usually a great place to check.

http://www.atlantaaudu​bon.org/aaswww/indexsu​pport/sites.htmexternal link


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Mar 17, 2012 07:49 |  #4

That is an excellent suggestion Jeremy.

jhayesvw wrote in post #14088923external link
Im not in GA but the local Audubon Society is usually a great place to check.

http://www.atlantaaudu​bon.org/aaswww/indexsu​pport/sites.htmexternal link

In addition, go here

http://www.birding.com​/wheretobird/georgia.a​spexternal link

Personally, I'm gearing up to attack the Spring Warbler migration around the Kennesaw Mtn. National Battlefield Park. You can easily "see" 40-50 species in 1 day; now getting captures may be a different story - :). I haven't checked about the peak, but I'm betting that I'll have some luck starting next week.
Anyone who'd like to join me feel free to send me a PM and we'll make arrangements. That includes you too Jeremy - ;)


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Mar 17, 2012 21:11 |  #5

Try here

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Mar 20, 2012 22:43 |  #6

CamFan01 wrote in post #14102052external link
Anyone who'd like to join me feel free to send me a PM and we'll make arrangements. That includes you too Jeremy - ;)

I wish I could make it out there. GA is far from AZ.
If youre ever out here. Let me know. I can show anyone around!


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