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Lost Corner Preserve is a

City of Sandy Springs Park. 

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Family Nature Series - walks & Talks

Join us at Lost Corner Preserve for our first Discover Nature fall lecture series. These family friendly informational sessions are designed to open Sandy Springs residents (and neighbors!) to the joy of nature right in their own back yards. Children 16 and under must be accompanied by adult.


Instructor: Roseanne Guerra, Atlanta Audubon Society

All Lectures Ages 6+

Min/Max Participants: 6/35

Lectures are FREE

Pre-registration requested; but walk-ins WELCOME!

Info: 770-730-5600 or https://registration.sandyspringsga.gov/

Oh Deer!
Saturday February 9, 2019 6:30 p.m.

Nothing makes you feel like you live in a forest like seeing deer wander through your suburban yard, but how to keep them from destroying expensive landscaping? Do deer increase the risk of lyme disease? What to do if you find a seemingly abandoned fawn? Come learn about the elegant white-tailed deer in Georgia.  Registration is preferred, but walk-ins welcome!

COMPLETED - Bird Lecture & Walk

Saturday, October 20th, 8:30 - 10:30 a.m.

Join the Atlanta Audubon Society at this informational program in the Lost Corner Preserve cottage to learn about the top 10 common birds in Atlanta. A short guided walk will follow the program.

Saturday, November 3, 2018 6:30 p.m.

Owl Prowl – This will be a family friendly informational session followed by a night walk through Lost Corner Preserve. We will talk about the types of owls in Georgia and their adaptations, preferred diet, and other interesting facts before taking a walk to hopefully hear and or see some owls. Flashlights are not required, but make sure to dress for the weather

COMPLETED - Wildlife in Winter
Saturday, January 12, 2019 6:30 p.m.

Enjoy a complimentary cup of hot cocoa in a cozy armchair in the beautifully restored Lost Corner Cottage as we learn about Georgia wildlife in winter. How do tiny birds survive an ice storm? Do any of our local animals hibernate? What happens to our butterflies and other insects? How can you make your yard a winter haven? Come learn about some of the amazing adaptations that allow our local wildlife to survive our Georgia winters.