AOS Fall meeting: October 13-15, 2023 Registration Available Here FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6 6:00 p.m. Board meeting: Via Zoom FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13 5:15 p.m. Registration/Social hour at Shelby Center, Dauphin Island Sea Lab 6:00 p.m. Member Social Shrimp boil and sides. Monetary contributions are welcome. 6:45 p.m. Announcements/Discussion of Weekend Field Trips 7:00 p.m. Members […]
Meet the Speaker Scot Duncan “Alabama’s Birdlife and the Climate Crisis: Changes, Challenges, and Choices.” Ask any long-time birder in the southeastern US about changes to the region’s birdlife, and you will get an earful about how today is very different than it used to be. Most notably, there are fewer birds than there were […]
FIELD TRIPS All participants must email Barry at email@example.com to advise of your participation and your cell phone number if you plan to attend any field trip so we know how many to expect on each trip, and so any last minute changes can be sent to you. Due to the nature of some sites […]
The Society is spending over $3400 annually to print and mail The Yellowhammer. Next year it will cost even more. There are only approximately 115 members who still receive a print copy. That’s over $29 per account, while individual dues are only $25. That also does not count the expense of Alabama BirdLife, which will […]
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