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Peachtree Park mapWe live in Peachtree Park, a small in-town neighborhood in Atlanta, Georgia. The neighborhood is 306 acres, give or take, and is bounded by commercial property and traffic; the blue line outlines the boundary.  There are apprximately 550 homes in Peachtree Park.

Our yard is a little less than half an acre.  We have Pine, River Birch, and hardwoods. The plants and shrubs are mostly native.  There’s more about what we are doing to make our yard wildlife friendly under Habitat.

The blog on the home page is about the birds and critters that live and visit here.  It’s an experiment to periodically record wildlife we observe in our yard and neighborhood as well as things people are doing to attract and support wild things.

Cooper's Hawk

Cooper’s Hawk – Accipiter cooperii

Other pages on the site are a collection of our photos, videos and topics that we think are interesting and relevant to the topic of ‘Wildlife in an Urban Neighborhood’.

This photo of the Cooper’s Hawk as well as the one in the banner was taken in our front yard on February 14, 2015.

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