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P Hardy Americus Anytime English
I have been an active birder since about 2000. Bird photography is a special hobby of mine. Americus is located in the southwest part of Georgia and is mostly an agricultural area. Being almost retired, I still do some part-time work that helps pay for birding trips to new and exciting areas.
C Price Birmingham Anytime English
A Haffenden Dauphin Island Anytime English
Dauphin Island is counted as one of the top 4 places in the US during migration, and has good shorebirds for most of the year. Wins birdiest small city in America regularly. My personal patch list April to Sep 2012 is 171, and my patch is just a section of the island about 4 miles long and averaging 1/3 mile wide. Total bird list for the island over the years is over 350.
K Carter Mobile Anytime English
M Steber Mobile Weekend English
I have been birding since 1999. Last year I did a big year Alabama and ranked fifth on ebird. I am bird extensively on Dauphin Island especially during Spring and Fall migration.
D De Ladner Montgomery Anytime English
T Skinner Tuscaloosa Weekend English
I'm a avid birdwatcher started birding five years ago. I know several Great spots in and around Tuscaloosa County. Including; Cahaba Wildlife Refuge that is along the Cahaba river. This is a beautiful shallow river that is covered in cahaba lilys in the spring. Perry county Fish Hatchery sure to see Bald Eagles many species of Ducks shorebirds or peeps during the winter. During the summer several species of warblers and other woodland birds also great spot during migration in spring and fall. I also have several favorite spots in Tuscaloosa Talladega National Forrest is a great spot during the summer. Airport Swamp is a great spot all year Ive recorded about 125 birds at this spot. Fosters loop road is a dirt road trough swamps and woods a great area for birding. Foster sod farm is another area great for birding sure to see Northern Harriers, Loggerhead Shrikes several species of Sparrows during the winter. Great spot during summer also. I really enjoy birding and would love to show you around the area and take you to the best birding hot spots in Tuscaloosa county and surrounding areas.

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Birmingham Audubon Society Club
Cullman Audubon Society Club
Mobile Bay Audubon Society Club
Shoals Audubon Society Club
Tennessee Valley Audubon Society Club
Alabama Ornithological Society Club
The Hummer Bird Study Group Club
Alabama Coastal BirdFest Festival
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Last update 04/02/2014