to the Mobile Bay Audubon Society
the Alabama Gulf Coast
Mobile Bay Audubon Society, founded in 1971, is a chapter
of the National Audubon Society.
mission is to promote the conservation of Earth's biological
diversity by encouraging an appreciation of birds and other
wildlife, along with an understanding of the ecological requirements
necessary for their survival.
ALABAMA EASTERN SHORE BIRDERS
The Audubon Eastern Shore Birders (AESB) will host a Kick-Off
Coffee Social on Wednesday, September 12, 2018 at the Fairhope
Unitarian Fellowship on 1150 Fairhope Avenue (across from the
Baldwin Courthouse Satellite) at 9:30 -10:30 a.m.
It is time to find your binoculars, brush off your hiking boots and start
reviewing your Field Guide on fall migrants. We welcome all who
would like to meet other birders, renew old acquaintances and learn
about our plans for the 2018 birding activities. Our birding trips take
place on Wednesday mornings and concentrate on the birding
hotspots within a 60 mile radius of Fairhope. We are fortunate to have
some of the best guides in the area leading our group. There is no
charge, no membership dues, and no tests. Just come and enjoy!
Contact R. Lynne Fitzgerald