Rome is one place where some serious bird watching can be done. You will get a chance to see over three hundred species of birds that made this fifty nine square miles area their home.
Georgia is split accordingly into six natural regions — which are the Appalachian Plateaus, the Ridge and Valley Province, the Blue Ridge province, the Gulf Coastal Plain, the Piedmont, and the Atlantic Coastal Plain. Each of the natural regions is consequently different from its other divisions that it is apparent that Rome has been made a home by many a different species of birds.
Out of this over three hundred bird species, a good one hundred sixty of it have made a permanent residency of this huge area. The rest of the remaining species are migrants that just fly by and a few stay around a while and are usually seen only during the wintertime.
Birds like the Semipalmated Sandpipers, Turkey Vultures, Dunlins, Mourning Doves, Sanderlings, Black Vultures, Egrets, Clapper Rails, Anhinga, Common Snipes, Northern Bobwhites, Catbirds, Northern Mockingbirds, Turkey Vultures, Least Bitterns, Spotted Sandpipers, Acadian Flycatchers, Horned Larks, Barred Owls, and, of course, the Brown Thrasher, which is Georgia’s state bird, are just some of the very many types of bird species that can be seen along the shorelines, coastlines, and other portions of Georgia.
Georgia’s Birdsong, a non-profiting natural preserve and educational center founded in 1986, is being devoted to the preservation and maintenance of Georgia’s lands that serves as the most advantageous to their wildlife. Birdsong promotes and inculcates to the public a wider understanding and deeper appreciation of Mother Nature.
Birdsong Nature Center is home and host to several species of birds. Five hundred and sixty five acres of land area can be found in a not so very far away location from Rome. It is highly recommended that when you get to Georgia for bird watching, try to go and explore close areas and do not limit yourself to only one or two places. With the vastness and variety of bird species that the place has to offer, it would be a relatively huge mistake to just restrict yourself to bird watching in a single area. Remember that there are more than three hundred species of birds found in Rome alone, so go treat yourself to this natural spectacle and visit as many places as you can. This is surely a place you would not want to miss out on if you are a serious bird watcher.