Birding And Wildlife

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.

Harvest Moon
City Springs Event

Concerts by the Springs: Harvest Moon

Sunday, August 4
Harvest Moon, comprised of seasoned veterans of the Atlanta music scene, pays tribute to the legendary careers of Neil Young and CSN&Y. With over 100 million albums sold and countless hits, this group defined the music of a generation which still resonates today.
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Vienna Boys Choir: Christmas in Vienna
City Springs Event

Vienna Boys Choir: Christmas in Vienna

Thursday, December 19
The illustrious group of child musicians has delighted music lovers worldwide for six centuries with their purity of tone, distinctive charm and popular repertoire. Christmas in Vienna showcases their voices in Austrian folk songs, classical masterpieces and holiday favorites.
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