Overbridge is a resort on the bank of the Suriname River. A substantive part of the original vegetation is left untouched, which gives us the opportunity to birdwatch near the lodges. On a sand field near the restaurant one often can see a Collared Plover. The forest on both sides of the road to Overbridge is a swamp forest. In the early morning, one can hear the calls of over-flying Green Ibises. In a small artificial lake nearby, one finds Least Grebes. An open swamp with dead trees offers opportunities to spot Black-necked Araçaris, Long-tailed tyrants, Green-tailed Jacamars and Yellow-tufted Woodpeckers.
Overbridge is well situated for visiting the nearby savannas by Powakka and Phedra.