Join us as we help to prepare the Avondale Park Rose & Habitat Garden's native plantings for springtime flowering.
Black-crowned Night-Herons, Great Blue Herons, and at least a few winter waterfowl are virtually guaranteed on this March field trip to two "Birdingham" hotspots.
Join Birmingham Audubon as we screen The Messenger, a new documentary exploring the numerous perils facing the world's migratory songbirds.
Join us Sunday, March 19th, for "Mysteries of Bird Migration," with guest speaker and longtime Birmingham Audubon member Anne G. Miller.
March brings early-spring migrants back to Alabama, and we'll be there to meet them at two of the best birding locations on the southern coastal plains.
Join Birmingham Audubon and Auburn University's Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art for an evening celebration of early Alabama naturalist Phillip Henry Gosse
Join us Sunday, April 30th, as we explore the success of the Alabama Birding Trails program, with guest speaker and Birmingham Audubon president Joe Watts.
Join us Sunday, May 21st, for "Alabama State Parks: Your Gateway to Outdoor Recreation," with Emily Vanderford, Natural Resources Planner at Alabama State Parks.
This June field trip takes us to Hale County, where an exceptional remnant of Black Belt prairie land has been preserved within the Forever Wild State Cattle Ranch tract.
Join us for the first of two great trips exploring the birds of Alabama's Black Belt region.