Fernbank Science Center, in conjunction with the Stone Mountain Memorial Association, will offer two bird watching tours at Stone Mountain Park this Fall on September 30th and October 21st. If you have an interest in birds, the tours will be a great way to see and learn about birds in their natural environment. The tours will begin at 8:00 a.m. and will last until approximately 10:00 a.m. Please bring your own binoculars. Bird checklists will be provided. This is a great way to meet people who share your interest in birds. We hope to see you there!
Tour Leader: Chris Showalter, Ornithologist, Fernbank Science Center
Dates: September 30 and October 21
Time: 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Location: Stone Mountain Park Bird Habitat (Click here for a map to the parking lot)
GPS Coordinates: 33.7931,-84.1465
Directions: From US 78 (Stone Mountain Freeway) Take Exit 8 for the Stone Mountain Park East Gate. Upon entering the park turn immediately left onto Stonewall Jackson Dr. Go 3.3 miles to the Songbird Habitat Trail entrance road on your left. Park in the circular turn-around area at the endo of the drive. En route you'll pass the golf course, campground, and entrance to the Evergreen hotel. If you reach Robert E. Lee Drive you've gone about a quarter-mile too far. Please call 404-625-7004 if you get lost on the day of the walk.
Please be aware that the 25 MPH speed limit is strictly enforced within the park.
Please Note: There is a daily $15 parking fee or you may obtain an annual parking pass for $40.