Yes, living in Birmingham provides us the luxury of hanging out at rooftop happy hours in the city and experiencing local talent at music festivals; however, did you know that we also have some unique waterfalls to explore within miles of the city? So if you were thinking you had to book a plane ticket to witness multiple cascading waterfalls, we’re here to tell you that you were wrong. Respectfully, of course! Here are five of the most beautiful waterfalls within driving distance of Birmingham.Continue reading “5 beautiful waterfalls within driving distance of Birmingham”
One of the last two private inholdings of land within the Sipsey Wilderness of Bankhead National Forest is now officially protected, according to an announcement by the USDA Forest Service and The Conservation Fund.Continue reading “Forest Service adds critical 40 acres to the Sipsey Wilderness”
If you live in the Birmingham Metro area, I bet you have seen a number of pictures in your Facebook feed this month of the Cahaba Lilies.Continue reading “Can you name Alabama’s 10 Natural Wonders? See how a movement was born”
This land is your land, this land is my land… this land was made for you and me. ~excerpt of lyrics from Woody Guthrie’s “This Land Is Your Land.”
Did you know that you, as a citizen of the state of Alabama, and nearly 5 million fellow Alabamians share ownership of more than 1.5 million acres of public land in our state?
Today, the week-long cold snap that began on New Year’s Eve will end when temperatures inch up to 50 degrees this afternoon.