Via Lakeshore Foundation
Have you heard of the show Amazing Race? Well, Birmingham has its very own taking place on Saturday,
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Plicate Rocksnail (Leptoxis plicata) Locust Fork of the Black Warrior River, Blount and Jefferson Counties – Photo ADCNR/AABC
Did you know that Alabama’s rivers are full of life?
Continue reading “Why Alabama’s rivers are America’s Amazon”
Do Dah Day is today! Photo via Katie Shaddix
It’s Saturday morning in May. That means you have a choice of two long-running festivals in the Birmingham region. Which one do you choose?
Continue reading “Do Dah Day or the Cahaba Lily Festival? Dogs or lilies… a tough decision”
American Avocet at the Highlands Park Golf Course – photo by Joe Watts
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup’s “We love birds” edition.
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Groundbreaking will be held Friday for the Kiwanis Centennial Park/Vulcan Trail. A project celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Kiwanis Club of Birmingham.
Birmingham’s Kiwanis Club has had a visible impact on the city over the past century. Take a look at what they’re doing now to the Vulcan Trial Park. Continue reading “Birmingham’s Kiwanis Club celebrates 100th with new Vulcan Trail Park”
Another week, another top 10 list, and this one features everything from concerts to cars to cycling to cardboard armor! As usual, band links should be assumed to be inappropriate for blaring over computer speakers at work – use headphones instead!
fancy beer, nice bourbon, food trucks, what’s not to like?
Continue reading “Birmingham’s Top 10 Things to do: May 17th-23rd”
Yellow-Crowned Night Heron visiting Railroad Park – photo by Greg Harber
Birmingham’s local parks are fast becoming a mecca for bird watchers and photographers.
Continue reading “Birmingham’s parks becoming a birding mecca (photo essay)”