Hungry Birds of North Georgia
The search for food is a common survival trait of all living beings. Without human conveniences of long haul transports and grocery stores, bird populations spread their wings traveling far distances to stay within a seasons food abundance. Brasstown Bald, the first high point along the migration route up the Appalachian chain, stands tall as a beacon for hungry bids. Join Atlanta Audubon's, Melanie Furr, for a special Saturday morning program about identifying bird characteristics, habitats, and migration patterns happening right before us!
PRE-REGISTER on website listed
Space is limited. Pre-registration is strongly recommended by clinking the Tickets link above. Park entry fee is included.
Cost is $10 per person. Kids are $3, ages 6-12.
This program will meet at the pavilion next to the general store at 8am as birds are getting their worms early. Be ready to walk slowly and listen closely for resident and visiting bird species.
For your enjoyment, please bring comfortable shoes, sun protection, hydration, binoculars if you have them, and a willingness to discover!