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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) […]
The 2015–16 fiscal year was a busy one for Birmingham Audubon. From developing new programs to hiring new staff, we continued to build on our seventy-year legacy of conservation and outreach, and to ensure a solid foundation for the future. For more details on that work, we invite you to browse our annual report, available […]
March 10, 2016 – The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) has approved $1.46 million through the Gulf Environmental Benefit Fund for the Alabama Coastal Bird Stewardship Program. The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, in partnership with Birmingham Audubon and Mobile Bay Audubon Society, will establish a stewardship, monitoring, and outreach program […]