Much like a hunting lease agreement, a birding access permit agreement is a partnership between a birder seeking rights to observe birds on the land of a forest landowner, and that landowner. GFF’s permit system is located on Orbis’ online platform.
The Georgia Forestry Foundation’s membership community includes a broad range of private forestland owners from across the state. This makes the Foundation an ideal partner with Georgia Audubon to expand the state’s birding access while benefitting its forest landowners.
Birders in Georgia Audubon Community
Acres of Private Forestland in Georgia
HOW TO NAVIGATE MY OUTDOOR AGENT
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is My Outdoor Agent (MOA), and who is
How does a landowner register their property for this program?→
Why did the Georgia Forestry Foundation begin this program?
GFF has teamed up with Orbis to provide an online platform to connect birders and forest landowners across the state to:
- Increase access to outdoor recreation
- Provide landowners with an alternative revenue source
What can landowners get out of the Birding Access Program?
Who is eligible to access a birding permit?