Birds of Georgia

With a range of habitats from the open ocean coastal plains to forested mountains, Georgia provides a home to many species of birds. About 100 species of birds breed in Georgia.

Make your Georgia yard beautiful and attractive to our feathered friends. Trees and shrubs that provide food and shelter for birds include Dogwood, Holly, Nandina, Pyracantha, and Viburnums. Check out the University of Georgia's Center for Urban Agriculture's list of ornamental plants that attract birds.

 

State Bird

 

Flicker aka Yellowhammer

The Georgia state bird is the Brown Thrasher

 

 

 

 

Regional Bird Guides

 

Birds of Georgia Field Guide

 

 

 

Birds of Georgia

 

 

 

Online Resources for Alabama Bird Watchers

 

Georgia Ornithological Society
Checklists and Records.

Checklists of Georgia Birds
Available in pdf format

Georgia's Colonial Coast Birding Trail
See birds and learn about the area's history.

Southern Rivers Birding Trail
In the rolling hills of Georgia's Piedmont

Birds of Georgia
From the Georgia Museum of Natural History

The New Georgia Encyclopedia: Birds
Information about Georgia's birds, the history of Ornithology in the state, and more.

Coastal Georgia Audubon Society