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Help us gather important data on our city's breeding and migratory bird populations.
Take a lunchtime nature break at Hoover's Moss Rock Preserve.
Explore the southwestern terminus of the Appalachian Mountains on this half-day birding trip.
Get hands-on birding experience with Birmingham Audubon.
Join us for October's free monthly membership program, featuring McWane Science Center's Jun Ebersole.
Join us on Alabama's loftiest peak for a day of soaring hawks, migrating songbirds, and more.
Relive the joys of camp with this half-day birding trip to St. Clair County.
Become a better birder at the Gardens.
Escape the Friday grind with our popular Gosse Nature Walk series.
Join us as we highlight research supported by our Walter F. Coxe grants and our new Birmingham Audubon Scholar program.
Visit one of Alabama's most incredible birding hotspots, home to thousands of migratory Sandhill Cranes—and the occasional whooper.
Continue a holiday birding tradition, eighty-two years in the making.
Learn the basics of birding on some of the Mississippi Flyway's most important overwintering grounds.
Mississippi Natural Heritage Program Zoologist Thomas Mann joins us for our January Nature Program.
Head west with Birmingham Audubon in search of eagles, creepers, and winter waterfowl.
Enjoy winter birding in the beautiful Tennessee River Valley.
Join us for our February Nature Program, featuring Samford University zoologist Kristin Bakkegard.
The first of two local trips collecting data for the Great Backyard Bird Count.
The Great Backyard Bird Count returns to Ruffner Mountain.
Birmingham Audubon welcomes Alabama Power's Steve Krotzer to our March Nature Program
Bird Alabama's piedmont region, and explore one of Forever Wild's newest properties.
April means spring migrants at one of the best birding locations on the southeastern plains.
Bird some of Alabama's best bottomland hardwood forest and swamp land on this spring trip to Tuscaloosa County.
Our Summer Black Belt Series gets underway with a trip to the prairie lands of Hale County.
Join us for kites, storks, and more on the second trip in our Summer Black Belt Series.