If you haven’t noticed, winter birds are slowly arriving in Birmingham these days.Continue reading “Be on the lookout Birmingham for wintering birds in town (photos)”
Whenever I visit the Alabama Wildlife Center to see the orphaned baby birds or a majestic red-tail hawk, I think of Anne Miller, the Center’s founder and first director.
Anne is a Birmingham original.Continue reading “Anne Miller, founder of the Alabama Wildlife Center receives Alabama Audubon’s Yellowhammer Award”
Breakout the pink and blue ribbons, Avondale Park has three green heron fledglings residing on the little island in the middle of the park’s pond.Continue reading “Alabama Audubon is tracking Avondale Park’s “baby green herons” and they are adorable (photos)”
Here is something to do in the morning between 5:00am to 7:00am: Open your window or walk out on your porch/backyard. Quietly stop.
Listen to the hundreds of birds singing a “dawn chorus.”
Hey BIRDingham! January 5th is National Bird Day.
Did you know that Julia Tutwiler, one of the most famous women in Alabama history, discovered a native plant found nowhere else on earth?
Blaze, the UAB baby robin that captured the hearts of bird lovers throughout Birmingham, passed away earlier this week.
Continue reading “Sad news. History making UAB baby robin “Blaze” has died. Here is how you can remember her.”
The first ever confirmed baby American robin born in Alabama during the month of November, successfully left its nest on December 8th.
Here is fun nature story for Bham Now readers.
Greg Harber, a volunteer and renown birding instructor at Alabama Audubon, witnessed a “Thanksgiving miracle” while working at UAB on Thanksgiving.