We have all been forced to live life differently for several months, but many of you have made lemonade from the lemons, and have enjoyed some terrific birds, and other finds. Please consider sharing those with us for the fall issue of The Yellowhammer. Send your short or not-so-short stories to email@example.com before August 10, 2020.
Birders all over Alabama are mourning the passing of Dick Reynolds, who died on June 8 after a long and gallant battle with Parkinson’s Disease (see obituary below). Dick was an outstanding birder and field trip leader, especially in the Guntersville area. He was also an active member of AOS, and attended many […]
I began birding at an early age in Worcester, Massachusetts, under the watchful eyes of the Forbush Bird Club members. Before I was of driving age I designed and led an official walk of the club and my mother agreed to drive. Family vacations to Ogunquit, Maine, exposed me to shorebirds and bird habitats on […]
An urgent call to bird-lovers from AOS/DIBS
Three members of Cornell’s Team Alabama joined with seven AOS members . . .
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.