Field Trip: Guntersville waterfront

The deep waters of Guntersville Lake and the Guntersville waterfront are excellent places to search for waterfowl in winter.

ONLINE Course: Audubon at Home: Gulls

Pre-registration is required by 12 p.m. CST on Monday, February 6th. Gulls are, along with small shorebirds, one of the most confusing groups for many birders, especially those starting out in birding generally, or starting to tackle these more difficult groups. This one session course is designed to introduce you to gulls, and how to […]

Nature at Noon: Aldridge Gardens

Pre-registration is requested for planning purposes by 12 p.m. CST on Thursday, February 9th. Join our Science & Conservation Director, Lianne Koczur, PhD, at the Aldridge Gardens in Hoover—the 30-acre former property of well-known horticulturist Eddie Aldridge and his wife Kay has become a popular attraction in the greater Birmingham area. The garden showcases hydrangeas, including the Snowflake Hydrangea, which was patented by […]

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ONLINE Course: Audubon at Home: Spring Shorebirds

Pre-registration is required by 12 p.m. CST on Monday, February 6th.  Spring is just around the corner, and for birders that means migration will soon be under way. This two-part course is designed to bring birders either up to speed, or to refresh their dusty memories from a year ago, in identifying migrating shorebirds. Many of […]

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Window Collision Monitoring: Information Session

We are looking for volunteers throughout the state to help us launch our first year of window collision monitoring. Lead by Lianne Koczur, our Science & Conservation Director, you will have the opportunity to become part of a team that collects important data on bird-window strikes, which will be used to help us direct conservation actions. There […]

Black Belt Field Trip: Payne Lake Recreation Area

Payne Lake is a mixed hardwood-pine forest, with a cattail swamp and rolling hills. The lake is part of the Oakmulgee Division of the Talladega National Forest, better known to birders as the place to find red-cockaded woodpeckers. Join us for this spring trip to see what we can find.

Special Guest Lecture: Harvard Ornithologist Dr. Scott Edwards

"Bicycling, birding and #BLM Across America in a Summer of Chaos" UAB Hill Student Center, Alumni Theater1400 University Boulevard This lecture is free and open to the public.Registration is required by April 10 at 12am. Presented in partnership with the Biology Department of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Alabama Audubon is thrilled to welcome […]