All AOS members are encouraged to attend.
Al Batt of Hartland, Minnesota, is a writer, speaker, storyteller and humorist. Al writes humor and nature columns for many newspapers and does regular radio shows about nature. He writes a number of popular cartoon strips that are syndicated nationally and is author of the book, A Life Gone to the Birds. He is a […]
AOS is sponsoring a “birding near home” event.
Greg Harber, born and raised in Fort Lauderdale, is a graduate of Auburn University and is now employed at UAB in the Microbiology Department. Greg is a past president of Alabama Audubon (formerly Birmingham Audubon Society) and currently serves as Vice President for Field Trips. He is also a past president of Dauphin Island Bird […]
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.