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Georgia Shorebird Alliance

Admin1: Tim Keyes

Group members: 18

Purpose: A group committed to conserving seabirds and shorebirds on the Georgia coast.
The Georgia Shorebird Alliance is a partnership between government, academic, non-government organizations and private citizens committed to advancing shorebird and seabird conservation in Georgia through collaborative work that identifies and addresses important needs with regard to research, monitoring, management, and education.

We welcome anyone to the group with an interest in Georgia's coastal birds. 
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