GA Audubon Bird Walk at Murphey Candler Park
Co-sponsors Murphey Candler Park Conservancy and Murphey Candler Park Neighborhood Association
Leader: Mary Kimberly – cell contact morning of walk: 404.308.6279
Birding Focus: Three main habitats (lake, wetlands, mixed woods) provide good species diversity. We will
look for winter residents, including raptors, waterfowl, waders and passerines. This walk is suitable for adults
and children over 14 years of age and can be especially good for beginning birders.
Please do not bring your dog. Please bring your binoculars. We will identify birds by sight and sound.
Please note: Due to COVID-19 we are requiring registration for Georgia Audubon field
trips and limiting participation.
Register here: https://www.georgiaaudubon.org/field-trips.html
Some of the trail is level, but there are a few steep spots and several stretches where the surface is uneven from
exposed tree roots, etc. Many parts of the trail are muddy and/or slippery after rains; plan your footwear
accordingly. Restrooms are available at the SW corner of the park, near the baseball fields where we initially
Park & meet at SW Corner of MCP Lake / by the spillway and Caretaker’s House parking lot
1636 West Nancy Creek Dr, Brookhaven 30319