Spicebush Swallowtail – from the Alabama Butterfly Atlas
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for October 6th.
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Image courtesy of UAB
Here is a great way to celebrate
UAB’s Homecoming this weekend – vote online for UAB’s solar powered house (aka – the surviv(AL) house) at the Solar Decathlon 2017 in Denver.
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Screenshot of the Alabama Environmental Council announcement on Facebook about a robbery at the Recycling Center – photo by Pat Byington, Bham Now
Earlier this week, the
Alabama Environmental Council (AEC) announced on Facebook that their Recycling Center had been robbed. Here is exact wording of the post that appeared on October 3rd at 10:16am.
Continue reading “Alabama Environmental Council Recycling Center seeking help after robbery this week”
Hemphill Elementary School students ready to embark on their walk to school – photo by Pat Byington, Bham Now
Today, students from Hemphill Elementary School in Birmingham participated in a “walking school bus” in celebration of National Walk to School Day .
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HOGA at Red Mountain Park – photo courtesy of Red Mountain Park
The fine folks at
Red Mountain Park (RMP) have started something new, relaxing and different this fall – “HOGA.”
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TechBirmingham’s New President Deon Gordon
TechBirmingham‘s Board of Directors announced they have selected Deon Gordon as their next President.
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Photo from the Bring Amazon to Birmingham Campaign
Here is a cool twist to last week’s
campaign to bring Amazon HQ2 to Birmingham – recycle your Amazon boxes at the Alabama Environmental Council (AEC).
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Indigo snake – photo by Pat Byington, Bham Now
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for September 29th.
A couple of weeks ago, the Alabama environmental community lost one of its true giants –
Dr. Bob Mount. Continue reading “Bham Now Nature Roundup – September 29th”
Team from the Girl Scouts competing in the 2016 Cahaba River Fry Down – photo courtesy of the Cahaba River Society
Let’s get ready to
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Bob Farley/f8Photo.org — Ruffner, wetlands, Highland School
Next month on October 21st,
Ruffner Mountain will be holding a celebration commemorating their 40th year.
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Photo from – #bringatob
GeekWire, a fast growing national technology news site is reporting that Textio a Seattle-based human resources tech company has identified Birmingham as “an underdog to keep an eye on” in Amazon’s effort to locate their 2nd headquarters.
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Rendering of the two Alabama Theatre Signs with the Lyric Theatre
Tonight, the Alabama Theatre announced that it is one of 25 finalists across the U.S. vying for grant money in the
Partners in Preservation: Main Streets campaign.
Continue reading “Help bring back the 18th Street “ALABAMA” Theatre sign”
A newly cleaned Alabama Environmental Council – photo courtesy of AEC’s RecycAL program
Thanks to numerous volunteers, yesterday the
Alabama Environmental Council (AEC) did some heavy lifting and applied some “polish and shine” to their Recycling Center in Avondale, this weekend.
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