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Join us for the 11th Annual Alabama Coastal BirdFest
October 2–4, 2014

Alabama Coastal BirdFest is going strong as it enters its second decade! This year's event includes expertly guided, fun trips on foot and by boat to favorite birding spots along the Alabama Coastal Birding Trail, with several new trips, including two sunset cruises (one in the Delta, one on Weeks Bay), and a Northbound Adventure Cruise that can taken by itself of combined with the popular Bottle Creek Indian Mounds Adventure. Registration opens in early August, but you can check out the full schedule now to start making your plans. Again this year, once registration opens, we will have special "online only" bonus trips that will not be included in our print material and will be available only via online registration. 



Photos for this year's poster by Spence Harrison. Spence's work will be featured in the presentation, "Nature Through Our Lenses," part of the Orientation and Welcome Reception, Wednesday, October 1, 2014.



See photos from previous BirdFests and upload your photos from this year at on our flickr page at www.flickr.com/groups/1741838@N25/


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Reddish Egret (Egretta rufescens)
Adult Breeding Plumage

Ready to defend its nest and territory, the Reddish Egret
expands its shaggy, rufous plumes.


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