Wildlife Sanctuary Tour

DeKalb County Georgia

We're excited to once again host an in person Georgia Audubon Wildlife Sanctuary Tour on Saturday, September 10, from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM. This year's tour will feature properties five properties along a 13-mile route in DeKalb County. Join us to gain inspiration on how you can transform your yard into a sanctuary for birds […]

Reflections from a Bird Bath: What Game Cameras Can Teach Us About Fruit Eating Birds

Online Georgia

Join ecologist Jim Ferrari in this webinar as he describes his 7-year study of seed deposition to the bird bath in his Macon, Georgia yard.  Jim collects seeds, records the visiting birds, and (for the past year) has trained a game camera on his bird bath to learn more about seed dispersal by birds.  Themes covered in the talk […]

Creating a Backyard Wildlife Sanctuary, with Alex LoCastro

Online Georgia

Learn how to promote the conservation and well-being of birds and other wildlife in your green space. We will cover everything from food, water, and shelter to keeping wildlife safe. Whether you are an experienced gardener and birder or just getting started there will be something for you to learn. Get connected to resources that can […]

Plant ID Workshop, with Gabe Andrle

Henderson Park 2723 Henderson Road, Tucker, Georgia

Join Georgia Audubon Habitat Program Manager, Gabe Andrle for a beginner plant identification workshop where you will learn how to identify some of the most common native and non-native plant species of the Atlanta metro area. No experience is necessary. You will leave equipped with the basics for starting to understand what plants shape the […]

Birds and the Undiscovered World, with Kenn Kaufman

Monday Night Garage 933 Lee St SW, Atlanta, Georgia

The advances of modern science, and the reality of instant global communication, may lead us to assume that everything in our world is well known. But this is an illusion: in fact, the unknown is all around us, beginning right outside our doors. A close look at the world of birds and nature is enough […]