Three positions now open at our coastal office in Mobile.
Up to $1,000 to connect students with birds and bird habitats.
Birmingham Audubon is sad to report the passing of influential member and former president, James V. “Buzz” Peavy, Jr.
Birmingham-Southern’s Dr. Scot Duncan shares his migratory bird observations for the last week of March 2017.
You’re just two clicks away from an exciting natural history getaway!
Attending this year’s Birmingham Audubon Mountain Workshop? Interested in packing even more into your long weekend? If so, consider signing up for our new pre-workshop nature photography course, led by John and Kendra Abbot of Abbot Nature Photography! From their website: John and Kendra are professional nature photographers, educators and outdoor enthusiasts based in Tuscaloosa, AL. John has focused […]
The Walter F. Coxe Research Grant program pays tribute to one of Birmingham Audubon’s early leaders, the influential conservationist Walter Coxe, by providing financial support for research projects focused on conservation in Alabama and the Southeast. Since the awards began, over thirty peer-reviewed scientific papers have resulted from projects supported by the program—a substantial addition […]
Birmingham Audubon is pleased to announce that Meredith Fitzpatrick has been named BAMW Young Naturalist Guest Director for 2017! A Birmingham native, Meredith Fitzpatrick grew up immersed in the outdoors. Once in college, she parlayed her love of fresh air and nature into a place on the soccer team and a degree in Biology—while at Birmingham-Southern College, Meredith conducted […]
The January 2017 issue of Flicker Flashes is now available, with the latest news on field trips and membership programs, full results from the 2016 Birmingham Audubon Fall Count, and an introduction to our newest staff member. Make plans to join us for our Tom Imhof Memorial Beginner Bird Walk at Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge on January 14th, and for Mark […]
Living in Alabama gives us a lot to be thankful for: good barbecue, great birds, a low probability of snowy weather… But when the winter weather does come, it can make traveling—and birding—dangerous. In the event of a snow storm, tornado watch, or flood event, please remember to check our social media accounts (Facebook and Twitter) […]