North Alabama Birding Trail
A quiet morning walk might turn into weeks of exploring tupelo swamps, blazing fields of wildflowers, or towering forests of oak and hickory—each filled year-round with neotropical songbirds, flashy Pileated woodpeckers, ruby-throated hummingbirds, Swainson’s warblers, Sandhill Cranes. Even large roosts of Bald Eagles, waterfowls, and gulls. Nine stops along this birding trail delight birdwatchers with 397 species seen in Alabama. Get your North Alabama Birding Trail brochure.