Friday, March 14, 2008

March 8, Atlamaha Coastal Georgia Audubon Field Trip

Sorry this is a late report but it was so much fun to have so many folks turn out to enjoy birding along our Georgia Coast.

Coastal Georgia Audubon Society is trying to increase membership. In order to give people a chance to come to all our field trips, we are holding our Field trips at usual times.
So at 3 pm on March 8, we met at the service barn on Butler Island. It seemed folks liked that time. We had 33 people. There were several good sighting including a brief look at an American Bittern. Good looks at Glossy and White Ibis were on the northern side of the area. We had King Rails calling and Blue-winged Teal flying all around.

And there were lots of Tree Swallows

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