Registration now open for AOS Meeting January 28-30
Climate change is reshaping the Alabama landscape. More intense flooding and droughts. Stronger hurricanes. Sea level rise. Longer, hotter summers. How are these and other changes affecting Alabama’s birdlife? And, what should Alabama’s avian allies (that’s us!) do about it? Join Dr. R. Scot Duncan, Professor of Biology at Birmingham-Southern College and author of award-winning Southern […]
A great way to learn about bird distribution in the AOS area.
Every few months, AOS selects a different member’s photographs to be featured on our website. The project is designed to highlight the high quality work of AOS members, and to foster an interest in nature photography and in birding in general. While you must be a current member of AOS to be considered, dues are […]
The Alabama Ornithological Society’s Field Checklist of Alabama Birds was updated in October 2020. To download a copy in PDF-format, click here:https://www.aosbirds.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/AOS-Checklist_Oct-2020_AOS-only-version_GDJ.pdf When printing using Adobe Acrobat, for optimal page sizing select either “Actual size” or “Custom scale” (in the range 100-102%), not “Fit.” This checklist uses the taxonomy of the Check-list of North American […]
There were some counties with fewer than 30 eBird checklists. . .
To really experience a bird. . . go to its environment.
All annual AOS memberships are due in January for the coming year.
The latest Checklist of Alabama Birds is now available online.