Augusta-Aiken Audubon’s field trips are open at no charge to all chapter members and the public. We encourage everyone to come out and join us! Some tips to make the trips more comfortable: bring a hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, and drinking water. Sturdy walking shoes are recommended as is having raingear nearby.
Morning trips in fall and in spring usually begin at 8 a.m. and … Read More
Scheduled Field Trips
July 29 – Silver Bluff Waders and Swallow-tailed Kites. Meet at the Kathwood Ponds at 7:00 am to walk around the ponds looking for Wood Storks, shorebirds and Roseate Spoonbills among others. The early start is to try to beat the worst of the heat and Wood Storks are most active from dusk to dawn so we should get more birds at this time. We will finish up at the onds by about 10 am and then those who wish can carpool to Millet Road in Allendale County to look for Swallow-tailed Kites. We will spend an hour or two there and then bird along MIllet Rd and head home.
August 12 – Phinizy Waders.
September 9 – Lovers Lane.
September 23 – Phinizy Migration Walk.
October 7 – Aiken County Migration Count.
October 28 – Silver Bluff Quail Trail.
November 11 – Phinizy Swamp NP.
November 18 – Jackson Landing Road.
December 2 – Brickyard Ponds.
December 16 – Augusta Christmas Bird Count.
December 24 – Aiken Christmas Bird Count.
January 13 – Savannah NWR.
For more information about the field trips, see Scheduled Field Trip Details.
NOTE: Please confirm with Lois at 8032151594 or email@example.com if you will be attending the trip. If no one confirms, the trip may be canceled without notice.
For trip reports from completed field trips, see the posts linked at the bottom of the page and posts under the Field Trip category.