Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of June 16.
When it come to trails, the Birmingham region is on a roll. This past March, the Kiwanis Vulcan Trail opened, and according to the Freshwater Land Trust, almost 8,000 people have taken a journey down the beautifully restored urban trail.
Meanwhile, last week, Red Mountain Park reported the good news that in partnership with ADEM they have removed over 20,000 scrap tires from the park, along with 4100 tons of garbage. That’s not a mis-print – TONS of trash.
In addition to the news from Red Mountain , more good news came out last week from Birmingham’s City Hall, with Mayor Randall Woodfin’s announcement that he made Gasp’s Clean Energy pledge.
Overall, the summer is off to a good start for folks who care about nature and the environment.
Friends of Locust Fork – River Float – June 21
Alabama Rivers Alliance – Grill & Chill with ARA’s Junior Board at Craft Burger – June 23
Alabama Water Watch – Alabama Water Watch Annual Meeting – June 23
Cahaba Environmental Center – Exploring Living River’s Streams – July 13
Alabama Rivers Alliance – DefendRivers paddle with Alabama Rivers Alliance! – July 14
Wild South – Wild South Movie Nights
Regularly visit Bham Now’s Event Calendar to get the latest on nature events in and around Birmingham!
Calendar of Events
Alabama Wildlife Federation – Schedule
Wild South 2018 Events Calendar
Alabama Wildlife Center 2018 Events Calendar
Discovering Alabama Broadcast Schedule
Birmingham Zoo 2018 Calendar of Events
Birmingham Audubon Society Upcoming Events
Sierra Club Alabama Chapter Meetings and Hikes –
Fresh Air Family 2018 Calendar
Alabama Birding Trails Calendar
Little River Canyon Center 2018 Calendar