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We conduct several birding field trips each month to natural areas in and around Savannah. These trips are open to the public and free of charge. Each trip is led by an expert birder or naturalist who can help beginners to find and identify birds and other wildlife. They are an excellent resource for learning more about our natural environment..
We also host a wide range of speakers that give talks on various topics relating to birds and natrual sciences. These events are perfect for those looking to learn more about our environment and the creatures that it sustains.
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Officers & Board Members
APK Coordinator & Conservation
Lake Mayer Community Park. We will be looking for ducks, sparrows, and you never know what we will see at this small lake in the middle of Savannah. Meet at the left side of the main parking lot at 8:00 am. Leader: Larry Carlile, L.email@example.com.
SUN, MAR 12: Ft Pulaski National Monument. Meet by the Pulaski Bridge at 8am to look for spring migrating songbirds, warblers, and shorebirds. Leader: Mary Sweeney-Reeves, firstname.lastname@example.org.
WED, MAR 1: Onslow Island, SNWR. Onslow Island is newly refurbished part of the Savannah Wildlife Refuge system – open only on Wednesdays. There have been rare species showing up here, you never know what you will see. Meet at the entrance at 8:00 am. Be prepared for a lot of walking. Wear sturdy shoes[…]
Newsletter Feb 17