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We Need Your reports: Georgia GeoBird is the place to go for information on places to bird, places to stay and places to eat when birding in Georgia. Much of the information is provided by fellow birders, so if you have information others might find useful, please take the time to submit it to Georgia GeoBird.
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GEORGIA STATE BIRD Brown Thrasher
The well-known and popular brown thrasher occurs over a wide range in eastern North America, from southern Canada to the Gulf coast and Florida, and from the base of the Rocky Mountains to the Atlantic coast.