Upcoming Events


Thank you for your interest in Atlanta Audubon events. The events below are free and open to the public. In addition, we offer free guided bird walks year-round and have a variety offerings for youth and adults.




Latino Conservation Week, July 16-24, 2016


Latino Conservation Week: Disfrutando y Conservando Nuestra Tierra is an initiative of Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF), a national nonprofit that works to improve the lives of Hispanics in the United States and promotes civic engagement by educating, motivating, and helping them to access trustworthy support systems. HAF created and is leading the first Latino Conservation Week to support the Latino community getting into the outdoors and participating in activities to protect our natural resources. During this week, Latino community and faith-based organizations will go on hiking or camping outings, learn about conservation efforts in their community, and show their support for permanently protecting our land, water, and air.


For more information on Latino Conservation events or to learn about events in Georgia or around the U.S., click HERE.  

Taking Flight Children’s Workshop presented by Atlanta Audubon Society

Saturday, July 16, 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM


Milton Library, 855 Mayfield Road, Milton, GA  30004


Join us as we learn all about how birds fly. We will even make a flying paper eagle. Email liane.wagner@fultoncountyga.gov to register. For ages 7 and up. Free and open to the public.

Sponsored by Friends of the Milton Library.



Backyard Wildlife Sanctuary Tour

Saturday, September 17, 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM

(Event will be held rain or shine!)


Atlanta Audubon Society will host its annual Backyard Wildlife Sanctuary Tour on Saturday, September 17, from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM. The tour will feature five properties in Cobb County, Ga. All properties are located north of I-20 and west of I-75 and include locations in Marietta, Smyrna, Austell, and Mableton. A complete listing of tour addresses will be sent to ticket purchasers the week before the event.




Each property has been certified by Atlanta Audubon Society as a Certified Wildlife Sanctuary because it provides five essential criteria for attracting wildlife and birds: food sources, nesting sites, bird feeders, shelter, and water sources. Visitors will see a wide variety of native plants and trees in a variety of different settings that attract a variety of birds, butterflies and other wildlife. Atlanta Audubon staff and volunteers will be available at each site to guide visitors through the habitats.



Tickets are $15 for Atlanta Audubon Society members and $20 for non-members. Children aged 12 and under are free when accompanied by a paying adult. Tickets will also be available on the day of the event at each of the tour locations.


Proceeds from the tour support the education and conservation efforts of Atlanta Audubon Society.

Volunteer Opportunity: Invasive Plant Pull at The Confluence

Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016


9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

The Confluence, accessed at the terminus of Armand Road off of Lindbergh Drive, Atlanta


Atlanta Audubon Society needs volunteers to assist with an invasive plant pull and habitat restoration day at The Confluence Park, where the north and south forks of Peachtree Creek meet near Lindbergh. The Confluence is one of two habitat restoration sites designated on Atlanta Audubon’s National Fish and Wildlife Foundation 5-Star Grant. As part of this effort, Atlanta Audubon and it’s many partners have been removing invasive toxic species, planting native species, and conducting avian surveys.


Volunteers are needed to help remove invasive plants, check on recently planted native species, spread wood chips on trails, and clear other brush. Groups are welcome!  For more information or to volunteer, email Adam Betuel at Adam@atlantaaudubon.org.