Greg Harber provides a comprehensive look at all the birds you’re likely to encounter on or near Alabama’s winter waterways. Learn to identify loons, grebes, geese, ducks, and cranes, as well as find reliable populations of these birds in the greater Birmingham area.
Paul Franklin explores the many species of songbirds and birds of prey that are present in the colder months when our permanent residents are joined by the multitudes of northern breeders. Enjoy learning about identification, life histories, population trends, and more.
It's our Spring Bird Count with a twist! Help us gather important data on our city's breeding and migratory bird populations, or make a pledge for the total number of species counted to support Alabama Audubon.
Join our second online book club with Alabama Audubon's Alliemarie Humphries and read a novel about life stories of nine Americans whose experiences with trees brings them together to face the issue of deforestation.
Explore the primary songs of the robin, the tanagers, several of the vireos, and more for what promises to be a lively walk through the realm of native bird songs in the second installment of this online course.
Take a a virtual field trip to Alabama’s Black Belt region and learn where you can take your own field trip in the coming weeks to see Mississippi and swallow-tailed kites, painted buntings, wood storks, and more.
Learn about the critical role vultures play in the ecosystem, how to identify Alabama’s resident birds, as well as the steep decline in global populations in this new online course from Jessie Griswold.