Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for July 13th.
Yesterday, earth experienced one of the biggest ice breaks in history when a part the Larsen C Ice Shelf in Antarctica broke off. Check out UAB’s Jim McClintock description on why this is an important development. His words will surprise people.
Learn more about this major event and it’s consequences by joining UAB’s Facebook Live event with McClintock tomorrow. Here are the details:
Friday, July 14 at 10 a.m. Central time, UAB will host a Facebook Live Q&A session with Dr. McClintock at www.facebook.com/UAB.edu/
Talk about events, don’t forget Turkey Creek’s “Float Your Boat” Festival on Saturday. And if you want to “give back” this weekend, consider joining Ruffner Mountain for their Community Work Day.
Now onward to the news.
Bham Now – Bham Now’s guide to viewing the eclipse
ABC 33/40 – Talk of Alabama 07/05/17 Turkey Creek Nature Preserve
Visit Bham Now’s complete calendar at: http://bhamnow.com/bhamn-events/category/outdoor-events/
Wild South – Red Wolf Revival Film Screening – July 14
Ruffner Mountain – July Community Work Day – July 15
Turkey Creek Nature Preserve – Float Your Boat Summer Festival – July 15th
ASAN – Cultivate ASAN at Pepper Place Market – July 15th
Wild South – Helping Hands Work Day in the Bankhead – July 15
Coosa Riverkeeper – Cheers to the Coosa Farm & Field – July 27
Cahaba Environmental Center – Cahaba Connections Conference – August 4th
Birmingham Botanical Gardens – Lunch and Learn – the Benefits of Trees – September 13
Cahaba River Society – Cahaba River Fry-Down – October 1st
Alabama Rivers Alliance – Wild and Scenic Film Festival – October 22nd
Alabama Wildlife Federation – 2017 Calendar of Events
Wild South – 2017 Events Calendar
Discovering Alabama – June Broadcast Schedule
Birmingham Audubon Society – 2017 Events
Sierra Club Alabama Chapter – Meetings and Hikes –
Fresh Air Family – 2017 Calendar
Alabama Birding Trails Calendar
Little River Canyon Center – 2017 Calendar
Ruffner Mountain – Calendar