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Visit the Georgia Audubon in Buckhead. Georgia is home to the most spectacular bird species. For bird lovers and watchers, there is no better place to be than Georgia Audubon. Not only will you enjoy watching and getting to know more about birds, but you’ll also be aiding in their conservation.
Hours: Monday - Friday, 10 AM – 3 PM
- Saturday - Sunday: Closed
About the Georgia Audubon
Georgia Audubon was originally called the Atlanta Bird Club. Later, the name was changed to the Atlanta Audubon Society. The Georgia Audubon is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to create a conducive environment where both birds and humans can exist together in harmony.
Guest will get a unique opportunity to view birds in their natural habitat. This is an ideal destination to come with a group of friends or family.
The Georgia Audon highly recommends field trips. The field trips provide deep insights for Georgia residents on migrating bird species. Guest will also get an opportunity to interact with other bird lovers or people they share a common interest.
Visitors should come with their own sets of binoculars, but you can always request one from the field trip leader if you don’t have one.
Note: Trips can be canceled anytime, so check the official website on the night before your trip.
Parking: There are tons of parking near the organization.
Restaurants near the Georgia Audubon
Some excellent options for food and dining near the Georgia Audubon include:
Fia is synonymous with wood-fired fare dishes.
The Family Dog
For a casual southern friendly atmosphere, good food, and cocktails, The Family Dog offers just that!
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