Photo: Bob Farley
Friday 08 May through Sunday 10 May 2020
Alpine Camp, Mentone, Alabama
Audubon Mountain Workshop returns to Mentone this year for three days of classes, outdoors experiences, and fun!
Registration opens 01 March 2020
Join us of our 44th Annual Audubon Mountain Workshop, one of the nation’s longest-running events dedicated to the natural history of the Southeast.
Spend the weekend learning from experts on natural and cultural history, with classes on beginning and advanced bird identification, stream biology, beginning and advanced bird identification, insect collection, geology, cultural history, and much more. All classes are held either on the campus of Mentone’s historic Alpine Camp or in one of several natural areas located around Mentone and nearby Fort Payne. Students and faculty stay in rustic shared cabins at Alpine Camp or in cabins, lodges, or chalets at nearby DeSoto State Park.
Plus, new to 2020: enjoy a morning bird-banding option with staff scientists and guest researchers!
We also offer a limited number of scholarship opportunities for educators; email us to find out more.
Three-day, two-night, all-inclusive adult/youth ticket: $250
Saturday-only adult/youth ticket: $170
Interested in applying for financial aid? Send us an email by April 1st explaining your situation and how you could benefit from a reduced rate. Limited funds are available to help make the Audubon Mountain Workshop more accessible for all nature lovers.