Nine of us met at Splinter Hill Bog for the start of an AOS field trip. From the parking lot we quickly heard two Bachman’s Sparrows singing. We walked out to the road to get a good look at some trees from which one’s song seemed to be coming. It was approximately 8 feet up […]
Sightings columns appear in each issue of Alabama Birdlife, usually with spring/summer and fall/winter groupings. These reports present the most significant seasonal occurrences in the AOS area (Alabama and the Florida Panhandle). With each record is an explanation of why it is important. Reading through these columns is a great way to learn more about […]
The Alabama Ornithological Society’s Field Checklist of Alabama Birds was updated in 2022. To download a copy in PDF-format, click here: 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 Birds […]
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