Landings Bird Cam Volunteers Featured in Savannah Morning News

By Lynn Lewis -
Communications Manager

Most Landings residents have a healthy appreciation of nature, as they get to live among the beauty of birds and other wildlife daily. Nearly a decade ago, members of Skidaway Audubon decided it would be nice to share some of the island's beauty with the rest of the world via live streams...and The Landings Bird Cam was born. 

Since 2014, Audubon and its partner, Cornell Lab of Ornithology, have been streaming live video 24/7 from an Eagle’s nest, 80 feet high, in a pine tree close to the eastern marsh. During that time, the nest has been visited by dozens of species, including bald eagles, wood storks, red-tailed hawks, and pileated woodpeckers. The nest has been occupied by great horned owls and ospreys. 

The partnership between Skidaway Audubon and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology drives global attention to the unique environment of The Landings on Skidaway Island and to our Audubon International certified golf courses.

Recently, Savannah Morning News featured an article on the volunteers behind the Landings Bird Cam. Click here to read the article. To see what's happening on The Landings Bird Cam, click here



Although the nest currently is empty, the soothing sounds of nature make a visit to the website worth the visit!

This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website.

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