Cumberland Island National Seashore is home to more than 322 species of birds ranging from peregrine falcons, painted buntings, red knots, oystercatchers, black skimmers, warblers, Wilson’s plovers, and snowy plovers. Find out where you can see them!
Learn all about the species of birds on Cumberland Island including which are endangered or threatened. Additionally, learn more about the conservation issues that face these birds and their habitat.
We’re often contacted by visitors who have witnessed damage to the island’s ecosystem, or blatant disregard of policy protections. We encourage you to report these to the National Park Service and also complete this form.
Thank you for your respectful stewardship of Cumberland Island.