September 24, 2013
A black-throated blue warbler is the type of bird visitors may see Saturday at the Water, Wings and Wildlife Festival at the Flint RiverQuarium. (Special photo)
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Things to do over the next seven days in Metro Albany and Southwest Georgia
Booking signing today by interior design expert Jennifer Boles; Dougherty County Sheriff Kevin Sproul speaks at Albany Civicl Rights Institute's monthly Community Night on Thursday; Theatre Albany opens its "Odd Couple (Female Version)" production Friday; wildlife comes to the Flint RiverQuarium Saturday while Plains celebrates peanuts and Tifton hosts a two-day truck and tractor pull.
Albany is located on a busy flyway for many bird species that take refuge in Southwest Georgia, fueling up for the long journey south. At Saturday’s Water, Wings and Wildlife festival, visitors will get a chance to learn more about feathered friends who live in the area or drop by during their travels.