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38th Annual Birmingham Audubon Mountain Workshop

May 7 - 10, 2015
Alpine Camp, Mentone AL

May 7 - 10, 2015 marks the 38th annual Birmingham Audubon Mountain Workshop held this year at Alpine Camp in Mentone, AL. We hope you will join us as we explore the natural sciences of the region and all the other enjoyable activities associated with this event. We invite you to look over the schedule and the faculty /course descriptions to get a better understanding of why the Birmingham Audubon Mountain Workshop has attracted nature lovers for generations. For more information click here. Register online now at



Membership Program

Creating & Sustaining Quality Habitat for Birds & Other Wildlife
February 19, 2015
7:00 p.m., Birmingham Botanical Gardens

Kristin Lamberson, Interpretive Gardens Specialist for Strawberry Plains Audubon Center, will introduce the National Audubon Society’s conservation mission and strategies to create and sustain quality habitat for birds and other wildlife, while supporting healthy ecosystems and communities. Lamberson has worked on staff for 12 years, growing, planting and promoting the use of native plants Strawberry Plains Audubon Center is located on 3000 acres of model habitat that includes an antebellum home, visitor’s center and 15 miles of trails near Holly Springs, MS. To learn more visit:



Upcoming Field Trips: Birmingham Audubon Field Trips 2014-2015

All Birmingham Audubon field trips are free and open to the public. Field Trips are held on Saturdays. The Beginner Bird Walks are held another day; please note day. See the complete list of Upcoming Field Trips.



Bird Watching Classes

Birmingham Audubon member, Greg Harber, will be teaching a series of bird watching classes for both members and non-members beginning Monday, January 5th. Classes meet from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at the Homewood Library. Cost is $20 per class for members and $30 per class for non-members. These classes are a continuation of last year's introductory class and delve further into identification tips and techniques as well as address various aspects of the species' ecology. The three classes offered are:

January 5 and 12, 2015

Birds of Prey
February 2 and 9, 2015

Winter Songbirds
February 16 and 23, 2015

Class size is limited so enroll now by contacting Greg at his email address - Bring your check to the first class meeting to cover the cost of the class.

Last Updated ( Friday, 13 February 2015 11:48 )
Upcoming Field Trips PDF Print Email

Birmingham Audubon Field Trips 2014-2015

Birders copyAll Birmingham Audubon field trips are free and open to the public. Field Trips are held on Saturdays. The Beginner Bird Walks are held another day; please note day.


2-7         Beeswax Creek and Lake Purdy
2-14       Great Back Yard Bird Count - Birmingham Zoo
2-21       Fort Toulouse/Fort Jackson Wetumpka Astrobleme

MARCH 2015

3-7         Limestone Park and Ebenezer Swamp
3-21       Perry Lakes and environs
3-29       Beginner Bird Walk – Sunday

APRIL 2015
4-4         Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve
4-11       Vulcan Trail

MAY 2015
5-1,2,3   Campout - Wehle Nature Center with a field trip May 2nd for the day trippers
5-23       Hamilton Indian MoundsHamilton, First Marion County Courthouse and Military Road, Marion Public Fishing Lake, and environs

JUNE 2015

6-13        Beginner Bird Walk – Saturday
6-20        Paint Rock-Larkin Fork, Walls of Jericho, Skyline Wildlife Management Area

July 2015

7-28        Kite Trip #1  Prattville, Autaugaville, AL

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