Birding and Wildlife

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Wildlife sanctuaries and bird watching opportunities exist throughout Sandy Springs and they’re just steps away from the City’s busy streets. The Chattahoochee River provides birds with a variety of habitats.

The popular birding website ebird.org highlights nine locations in Sandy Springs as birding hotspots:

Morgan Falls Overlook Park - ebird.org hotspot
Chattahoochee River NRA East Palisades Unit - ebird.org hotspot
Morgan Falls Dam and River Park - ebird.org hotspot
Chattahoochee River NRA Island Ford Unit - ebird.org hotspot
Big Trees Forest Preserve - ebird.org hotspot
Chattahoochee River NRA Powers Island Unit - ebird.org hotspot
Lost Corner Preserve - ebird.org hotspot
Hammond Park - ebird.org hotspot
Arlington Memorial Park - ebird.org hotspot

Bird Walks

The City also offers birdwatching programming from time to time such as bird walks. Check the registration website to find out about upcoming programming.

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