Grand Bay Wildlife
If you want to see Georgia wildlife (especially birds), then this is the place.
This wildlife refuge is huge. It covers woodlands and marsh and fields. There is a half-mile long wooden-plank trail that allows birders into the dense brush/treed areas without boots.
There is a 60-foot high viewing tower where you can see woodpeckers, hawks, warblers, osprey, herons, ducks.
We did not get to the boat-launches but you can use low-power boats and canoes to traverse the wetlands and reed beds. In the pine forest, they have marked a 3-mile hikers loop for access to birds and animals in that habitat.
Plan on 3-4 hours here and come prepared with water and snacks because there are no amenities (focus is on the syllable WILD in wildlife).
Isn't it wonderful what you can get for no cost?