Bullard Creek WMA is situated at the confluence of the Ocmulgee and Oconee Rivers, where they meet to form the Altamaha River. It encompasses coastal plain systems ranging from longleaf pine-wiregrass sandhill through moist ravines and flatwoods to riverine floodplain swamps of varying hydrological regimes. Timber management on the WMA has resulted in patches of varying seral stages. BCWMA is located along part of the Altamaha that is developing right to the river's edge. Thus, the WMA protects a portion of riverside from such development, and protects the rich suite of birds that use such habitats.

Ornithological Summary

Sighting Source Key: 1=published reports,; 2=surveys (CBC; BBS; etc.); 3=personal observations; 4=other sources (specify)

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