Backyard Birding Southeastern USA
In the south, we get some great birds migrating in the spring and fall, and we also have some year round resident birds. This mission is for birds seen in the wild - your backyard, neighborhood parks, and wherever you happen to be out and about. Date is important, especially for the migratory birds. Note if the bird is in a wildlife rescue. Fill out as many fields as you can. Descriptive habitats are helpful too: Feeders, baths, trees, perches, poles, birdhouses, bushes, telephone wires, etc. They also happen to be great places to start looking and listening and photographing. Sign in to join mission
This mission is for Backyard Birding in the Southeastern United States. It is for migratory birds, year-round birds and ducks that are seen in backyards, parks, and other places where birds are not captive. Look for things like bird feeders, bird houses, bard baths, birds perched near any of those things, trees around those man-made things. This mission covers the South eastern USA: Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky, Florida, Mississippi, and Virginia. Not only are pictures great, but if you can catch a song or two - they go great on the video link for the spotting.
Lat: 33.75 Long: -84.39