Georgia International Horse Park in Conyers (Rockdale County)
I rode horses here after it opened, and noted that this could be a great area for birdwatching.
I'd never heard of anyone birding here, so I figured I would be the first to report. I extensively birded it and even
led a couple groups around it. Since then, a few birders have carried the torch and still report.
I found the place to be good for warblers. On a good spring day I could net 20+
species with Swainson's and Prothonotary being reliable.
Also, good for flycatchers, especially Least and sometimes Alder (this was back
when Alder was considered a review species).
The same for Vireos, Thrushes, Wrens (like Sedge and Marsh), Swallows, some sparrows
like Lincoln's Sparrow.
Also, had Night-herons and Anhingas. At the time anhingas were basically considered
accidental or casual in the piedmont.
Best bird was a Bell's Vireo.