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Program certifies ecotourism guides at the Georgia coast

August 12, 2021

UGA program provides best practices related to water-based tourism activities Osprey diving for fish, roseate spoonbills foraging in tidal creeks and American oystercatchers tending to their nests on barrier islands are just a few things visitors may see while exploring the… Full story

Horseshoe Crab Encounters

May 12, 2021

Every spring horseshoe crabs congregate on beaches along the east coast to lay their eggs. These spawning events attract migratory shorebirds that utilize the horseshoe crab eggs to fuel their annual flight to nesting grounds in the Arctic. Join us… Full story

Horseshoe Crab Encounters

May 10, 2021

Every spring horseshoe crabs congregate on beaches along the east coast to lay their eggs. These spawning events attract migratory shorebirds that utilize the horseshoe crab eggs to fuel their annual flight to nesting grounds in the Arctic. Join us… Full story

Horseshoe Crab Encounters

April 29, 2021

Every spring horseshoe crabs congregate on beaches along the east coast to lay their eggs. These spawning events attract migratory shorebirds that utilize the horseshoe crab eggs to fuel their annual flight to nesting grounds in the Arctic. Join us… Full story

Horseshoe Crab Encounters

April 26, 2021

Every spring horseshoe crabs congregate on beaches along the east coast to lay their eggs. These spawning events attract migratory shorebirds that utilize the horseshoe crab eggs to fuel their annual flight to nesting grounds in the Arctic. Join us… Full story

Shorebird Protection, Building Connections

May 20, 2020

Along our coast, remote places like sandbars and inlets are critical places for shorebirds from across the hemisphere throughout the year. Learn about how shorebirds depend on these fragile places and a new project that aims to conserve shorebirds while… Full story

CANCELED: World Migratory Bird Day

May 9, 2020

To ensure the health and safety of our community given the recent Coronavirus (COVID-19) developments, World Migratory Bird Day and the Project Flying Wild Teacher workshop have been canceled.  Celebrate World Migratory Bird Day at the UGA Aquarium! Learn about… Full story

Family Birding

January 18, 2020

Explore the Jay Wolf Nature Trail in search of winter birds of all shapes and sizes. Learn how to use binoculars, identify different types of birds and accompany educators on a birding hike through the maritime forest. Children ages 6… Full story

UGA Aquarium will celebrate migratory birds at Spring Celebration event

April 30, 2019

UGA Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant will host its annual Spring Celebration event at the UGA Aquarium on May 11, from 12:30 – 4:30 p.m. This year, the event will take place on World Migratory Bird Day and will… Full story

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