Read Time 1 MinutesPre-registration is required by 12 p.m. CST Tuesday, February 16th, and space is limited. REGISTER HERE While this is a free event, please support our work if you are able and make a tax-deductible donation at alaudubon.org The Audubon Bird Mural Project,…
Read Time 2 MinutesAlabama Audubon takes bird window collisions seriously. It is tragic and preventable.
Read Time 3 MinutesA few months ago I received a request to write about the owls that live in the Magic City. The expert I consulted was Anne Miller, the founder of the Alabama Wildlife Center and recent recipient of…
Read Time 2 Minutes If you haven’t noticed, winter birds are slowly arriving in Birmingham these days.
Read Time 3 MinutesWhenever 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.
Read Time 2 MinutesBreakout 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.
Read Time 3 Minutes Here is something to do in the morning between 5:00am to 7:00am: Open your window or walk out on your porch Quietly stop. Listen to the hundreds of birds singing a “dawn chorus.”
Read Time 3 MinutesRemember our “Thanksgiving Miracle” American robin babies story last year?
Read Time 3 MinutesHey BIRDingham! January 5th is National Bird Day.
Read Time 6 MinutesSponsored Did you know that Julia Tutwiler, one of the most famous women in Alabama history, discovered a native plant found nowhere else on earth?