Join Timothy Joe of the Joe Farm as he teaches techniques on how to paint what inspires us in nature into a journal in the inaugural offering of this online four-week course.
Join Alabama Audubon’s Coastal Biologist, Sabrina Cobb, as she facilitates this important conversation with researchers from across the Gulf Coast on how climate change is impacting coastal systems and the birds that rely on them for this special Earth Day event. This event will coincide with our Annual Membership Meeting.
Join us for a celebration of Black Belt culture and ecology, so much of which happens to revolve around birds and habitat. With offerings lined up around ornithological history, Black history, Indigenous history, Black Belt prairie ecology, photography and art, and, of course, lots of birding—this will be an event to remember!
Fall is an excellent time to learn to identify native trees by their leaves, fall color, buds, fruits, branch and bark patterns, and site and soil preferences. The class will be organized around the beautifully illustrated new book, Trees of Alabama, by Lisa J. Samuelson with photographs by Michael E. Hogan.