Wildlife Tours

A Coyote on Lake Lanier-Photo by Bill Vanderford

Lake Lanier Wildlife Tours on Lake Lanier proper involve either half day or whole days and will be taken on Bill's bass boat.  You'll see Mother Nature at her best including waterfowl, deer families, many other native animals, and wading birds.

 

Probably the best place in the Atlanta area for a Wildlife Tour is the Upper Chattahoochee River.  You'll spend the entire day (half days not possible) on Bill's jet boat traveling up river in  areas mostly uninhabited by man.  You'll see Georgia's eagles, ospreys, wood ducks, wild turkeys, woodchucks, wading birds, deer families, an occasional black bear, and much more!  A great educational experience for children and families who aren't interested in fishing.

DEER_IN_VELVET_AT_LAKE_LANIEREither of these trips are also perfect for the romantic at heart. Bill will take you on a shorter tour and then drop you for a couple hours for solitude and romance. If you'd like to take wine or munchies, you may either bring your own or with prior notice and payment, Bill can handle these details for you.

To purchase these trips, either phone Bill at 770-289-1543 or visit the Guide Service page, purchase chartered trips and specify Wildlife Tour in the special instructions field. Be sure to include your phone number so specific plans can be discussed in advance.

 

 

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The following prices are for wildlife tour to (Lake Lanier and Lower-Chattahoochee River) or (Upper-Chattahoochee River)

Wildlife Tours to Lake Lanier or Lower-Chattahoochee River

$350.00 for 1 or 2 people

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Wildlife Tours to Upper-Chattahoochee River

$500.00 for 1 or 2 people

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Woody Reflections-Photo by Bill Vanderford

 

Woody Reflections-Photo by Bill Vanderford

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Lanier Osprey with Catch-Photo by Bill Vanderford

Eagle Near the Water-Photo by Bill Vanderford - Copy

Eagle Near the Water-Photo by Bill Vanderford

Common Loon Stretching-Photo by Bill Vanderford

Common Loon Stretching-Photo by Bill Vanderford