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On Tuesday, January 23, citizens in Birmingham will have a couple of opportunities to provide input on how to make the Magic City more sustainable and bike-friendly.
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Photo by Pat Byington
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of January 19.
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Birmingham City Council is proposing to create a community zone that links Vulcan Park to the Homewood’s walkway project.
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Nadia Tellis and Roald Hazelhoff at the Birmingham Southern College Ecoscape
For 18 years, Birmingham has held one of the largest MLK, Jr. Day of Service events in the country for a city its size.
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Looks like there is chance of snow Tuesday in Birmingham. Before you race out the door for the proverbial
take a quick look at Bham Now’s guide to surviving a snow dusting in Birmingham AL. bread and milk
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Parker Falls in the Bankhead National Forest, photo by Sam Calhoun
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of January 13.
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According to an announcement on the
Birmingham Audubon website, Susanne Langley, the organization’s first executive Director will be taking on a new role at Audubon Texas.
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Upper Caney Creek Falls, Bankhead National Forest, photo by Sam Calhoun
Today, the week-long cold snap that began on New Year’s Eve will end when temperatures inch up to 50 degrees this afternoon.
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Sand hill crane at the Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge, photo by David Frings, December 9, 2017
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of January 6.
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Jay Draper and Mark Thompson, owners of Shoppe. Photo via Kristina O’Quinn for Bham Now
The results are in.
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Black Warrior Waterdog, photo by Mark Bailey
According to a news release by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, the
Black Warrior waterdog, nicknamed the Alabama mudpuppy, a large aquatic salamander found only in the Black Warrior River Basin, is now a federally protected species.
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Brrr! Birmingham is in the midst of a mighty big cold snap with temperatures running below freezing.
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Cahaba Lilies on the Black Warrior River – Cahaba Lily ( Hymenocallis coronaria), in the Black Warrior River prior to its impoundment, Squaw Shoals, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, 4 June 1913. Photograph by Roland Harper, from the W.S. Hoole Special Collections Library, The University of Alabama.
‘s most popular nature stories in 2017?
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Alabama Canebrake found only in Alabama, photo by Chuck Byrd, The Nature Conservancy of Alabama
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of December 28.
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