American Avocets by David Cree

American Avocets

photo by David Cree

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

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Donate Now to the 2014 Annual Fund

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The Annual Fund supports our programs such as Learning About Birds, Backyard Wildlife Sanctuary certification, and community outreach. Your support is critical to our success. Click here to learn how your gift can make a difference. Georgia's birds matter, and so does your contribution. Give today!

AAS July Member Meeting, July 27, 3:30 - 5:30 PM 

Cafe Campesino's Birding/Coffee Tour of Guatemala


Join AAS members and guests at Manuel's Tavern, 602 North Highland Ave., as we welcome Café Campesino’s Nema Etheridge and avid birder and humanitarian Clive Rainey. Our daily cup of coffee is linked to the health of migratory bird habitat, the preservation of ancient societies and the conservation of tropical ecosystems. Nema and Clive will explain the connections as they discuss their recent Guatemala trip that led Cafe Campesino customers to meet coffee farmers and to see more than 100 species of birds. They will address the importance of shade-grown coffee to bird habitat, outline the requirements for bird friendly certification, talk about a devastating fungus that is killing coffee trees and share stories and pictures from Cafe Campesino's Birding and Coffee Tour of Guatemala. 

Master Birder Course Announced for Fall

Registration is open for class of 2014


Registration is now open for 2014 Master Birder. This course is designed to provide participants with bird identification skils and general knowledge of birds, their life histories, and habitat requirements. Upon graduation, each Master Birder continues to be involved by volunteering for AAS. Please see our Workshops page for more information on course content and to download a registration form. Spaces are limited, so act now!

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