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Below you will find our birding guides for Georgia and everything you need to know for your next birding trip. Bookmark this page for your next Georgia birding adventure.

Sparrows are some of our more common birds throughout Georgia. Their small, chunky bodies and distinctive conical bills make these birds easy to pick out. But which species are you seeing? Well, in this guide, we’ll go over all the sparrows in Georgia and hopefully will help you learn how to best discern between species. After reading this, you should be able to identify the sparrows you see in Georgia, whether in your backyard, in the park nearby, or in one of the state’s many nature reserves!

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Georgia hosts a variety of striking black birds—from tiny swifts to big ‘ol turkeys. Their dark profiles dramatically contrast marshes, forests and fields across the state. Get the details on eye-catching black species in our latest article. We spotlight beloved residents and migrants like yellow-headed blackbirds gracing Georgia’s diverse habitats.

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Georgia comes alive with red birds—cardinals, summer tanagers, red-bellied woodpeckers and more. Their fiery hues pop against backdrops of forest, field and wetland across the state. Get the details on eye-catching red species in our latest article. We spotlight beloved residents and migrants like vermilion flycatchers gracing Georgia’s varied habitats.

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