American Avocets by David Cree

American Avocets

photo by David Cree

Protecting birds and the habitats that sustain them through education, conservation and advocacy



What's new at Atlanta Audubon...

Help! I've Found an Orphaned or Injured Bird


Spring is in the air and birds are nesting. It is not uncommon to find baby birds on the ground this time of year, and Atlanta Audubon Society receives many calls each spring from well-meaning citizens who have found a baby bird and want to help.


Click HERE to find out what to do if you find an orphaned or injured bird.



Stock Up On Birdseed and Support Atlanta Audubon Society at the Same Time!




Are the birds eating you out of house and home? If so, take advantage of our great prices and stock up for fall migration at the Atlanta Audubon Society Bird Seed Sale. We are proud to offer a variety of Cole's Wild Bird Feed products, a local supplier of high quality bird seed, at competitive prices. You can read more about their products at  All proceeds support the education and conservation efforts of Atlanta Audubon Society. Order must be received by August 18.  


No June 2017 Monthly Meeting


Please note that we will not be having a June monthly meeting. We'll reconvene on July 23 to hear from Mark Mandica with The Amphibian Foundation. 


Atlanta Bird Fest 2017: By the Numbers


Atlanta Bird Fest 2017 is officially in the books, and by all accounts this month-long celebration of birds and birding was a great success!


By the numbers:

  • 191 different species of birds were spotted, 23 more species than in 2016 Atlanta Bird Fest
  • 388 participants in 29 events


Look for more information on 2018 Atlanta Bird Fest soon!




An Evening with New York Times bestselling author Mary Alice Monroe


Tuesday, June 27

7:00 PM

Eagle Eye Bookshop, 2076 Decatur Road, Decatur, 30033



Join New York Times bestselling author, Mary Alice Monroe, and Atlanta Audubon Society at Eagle Eye Book Shop in Decatur on Tuesday, June 27. Ms. Monroe will be presenting her best-selling book Beach House for Rent, a fictional work about two women from different generations bound together by a beloved beach house on Isle of Palms, South Carolina. In the book, the characters connect with a man who rescues migratory shorebirds. Ms. Monroe connects with the birding community through her work with conservation of seabirds, sea turtles, birds of prey, and other coastal wildlife. Copies of her book will be available for purchase and signing, and a portion of proceeds from book sales will be donated to Atlanta Audubon Society for their conservation work. Light refreshments will be provided courtesy of Eagle Eye Bookshop



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