Little St. Simons Island, GeorgiaYour own private island awaits
Birding BinocularsThe oyster catcher, roseate spoonbill, sandpiper and other shorebirds rely on Little St. Simons Island as one of the few undisturbed barrier islands along Georgia's coast Little St. Simons Island, Georgia is an important nesting area for birds

Our naturalists can either take you to or direct you to the best locations for spotting various bird species. In general terms, these are the Island’s birding Hot Spots:

North Pond, Goose Pond, Skimmer Pond: Herons, Egrets, Ibis and Spoonbills
Main Beach: Pelicans, Terns, Skimmers, Plovers and Gannets
Sancho Panza Beach: Shorebirds and Waders
Myrtle Pond Observation Towers: Waterfowl and Egrets
Myrtle Pond Blind: Wood storks and Roseate Spoonbills
South End Road: Osprey, Eagles, Kingfishers
Middle Woods Road: Owls and Woodpeckers
North End Road, Old House Road, Backbone Trail: Flycatchers, Vireos and Warblers