Audubon Teaches Nature Program Series
Co-sponsored by the Birmingham Audubon Society, Alabama Wildlife Center, Oak Mountain Interpretive Center, and Friends of Oak Mountain State Park
Audubon Teaches Nature explores and celebrates the diversity of Alabama’s natural history. These seminars will provide you with the knowledge and skills to allow you to more fully enjoy your time in the field, whether birding, botanizing, hiking, or biking. Audubon Teaches Nature will give you the unique opportunity to meet and learn from some of Alabama’s leading naturalists—authorities who are willing to share their years of experience and special knowledge to make your outdoor experiences more enjoyable. Our programs are designed to showcase the beauty and natural history of Oak Mountain State Park and the central Alabama region.
Programs are held at the Alabama Wildlife Center and the Oak Mountain Interpretive Center, featuring...
- apple cider, punch & cookies. The cider will be ready by 1:30 so come early to enjoy the refreshments & the birds!
- your questions answered.
- wildlife report from the Education Director of the Alabama Wildlife Center.
- news and updates from Oak Mountain Interpretive Center and Friends of Oak Mountain.
- fabulous door prizes!
- our program featuring one of Alabama’s foremost authorities on birds & nature.
- informal nature walks after each program; be sure to bring your binoculars, cameras and field guides.
The program itself is free, but admission to the park is as follows: $5 per adult (age 12+); $2 per child (age 4 to 11); $2 per senior (age 62+); free for ages 3 and under.
Be sure to allow enough time to visit and explore the exhibits at both facilities!