Ecosystem services, what benefits do healthy forests provide?
Rivers of Alabama
Ten Hiking Essentials
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What is Capital "W" Wilderness? In this talk with the League of Women Voters fo Alabama, our Wilderness Stewardship Coordinator, Kim Waites, and Executive Director, Maggie Johnston, discuss the Wilderness Act of 1964, how it began, and its continued importance in the state of Alabama.
Tuesday, January 11, 2022. In partnership with the Bankhead National Forest, Wild Alabama sponsored a learning opportunity about wild pigs in the Forest and Sipsey Wilderness. Later this month, the Forest Service will begin using aggressive tactics to remove wild pigs from the Sipsey. When watching this, please note that during the 11:30-21:25 minute time period, we were watching the Southern Exposure film, "Invasive in Alabama". You may fast forward through that section, but please do watch the film by clicking on the links provided!
Dr. Scot Duncan, Biology professor at Birmingham Southern College, led a three part series on Alabama's amazing biodiversity! You can follow his blog HERE.
Wild Alabama talks to Nimblewill Nomad before he began his journey on the Appalachian Trail in 2021
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