This site is basically devoted to the birds discovered in Georgia by Eric Beohm & Michael Beohm.
It's a pleasure to share the joy of birding with others who also have an appreciation for nature's wonders. Georgia
offers quite a stage for this endeavor from mountains majesty to pristine barrier islands.
This site is different from other sites in that I focus on birds that I actually find, not ones that I relocate or photos
that people send me.
Highlights include some of the rarest birds ever documented in GA, such as Scott's Oriole and Yellow-billed Loon.
Many birds listed as accidental for the area or time of sighting are also included.
I actually don't do much birding anymore compared to some people, but I try to get out at least once a month. Most
of the photos on this site reflect about a three year period after finally buying a small camera and when I was able to get
out once or twice a week.
Michael is mainly handling Butterflies and Moths. Michael Beohm is a pioneer as a student of nature;
finding and documenting wildlife all by himself. I've never met anyone else with such talent and insight.
Since I bought my $200 camera, I've had the pleasure of sharing my sightings. I've found that there are
a lot of great people out there who actually enjoy birds, not just the tick on a list. Many of them have awesome sightings
but rarely report what they see. It's so interesting to hear their observations from places in GA that we don't even
realize exist. I hope that I too can contribute a small amount to further the understanding and joy of birding