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Enhancements to Daphne's Bayfront Park are nearing completion. Daphne City Development Executive Director Troy Strunk gave the mayor and council an update on the project during the Nov. 6 … more
AUBURN — A nearly half-a-million-dollar grant will allow Auburn University professors and Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station researchers to help blueberry growers in states like Alabama … more
The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is offering a series of trapping education workshops during select weekends this fall and winter. The workshops provide instruction … more
To cap off the 2023 Alabama Urban Forestry Association education week, Justin Cantrell, of Tip-Top Tree Service in Auburn, took home first place in the conference's tree-climbing competition at Meyer … more
Bats are ubiquitous during the Halloween season, but these creatures deserve celebration year-round for their contribution to our sustainable food production. By eating insects by the billions, bats … more
AUBURN UNIVERSITY — November is bringing a wave of frosty air to Alabama. Temperatures in most portions of the state will reach freezing levels this week, raising concerns for outdoor plants … more
Biologists with the Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Alabama Bat Working Group … more
An injured adult loggerhead sea turtle was rescued, rehabilitated and released back into the Gulf in a coordinated effort between the Share the Beach organization and the City of Gulf Shores. … more
When word got around that Orange Beach boat "Best Trait" was headed to Orange Beach Marina with a huge blue marlin on board, a crowd quickly gathered at the marina to watch the weigh-in. As the … more
For deer hunters in Alabama, the opening day of firearms deer season is one the most anticipated times of year. The wait is almost over as the season in zones D and E opens on Saturday, Nov. 4. … more
AUBURN UNIVERSITY — The perfect opportunity to begin an educational journey in nature is here. The Alabama Cooperative Extension System's Alabama Master Naturalist (AMN) program serves as a … more
Nearly 700 fungi-loving patrons of all ages gathered for the first-ever Gulf Coast Fungi Festival over the weekend at Weeks Bay Plantation to celebrate mushrooms in all their diversity and glory. … more
AUBURN UNIVERSITY — The temperature isn't the only thing changing in Alabama. Along with cooler nights, the colors of fall are arriving across the state. The reason for the season is rooted in … more
The Marine Resources Division of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources announced the 2023 private angler red snapper fishing season closed, effective Oct. 17. Alabama's 2023 … more
Baldwin County and much of south Alabama has been removed from a state Fire Alert status.While forestry officials have rescinded the Fire Alert in 35 counties in the southern half of the state, the … more
Fall is in the air, which means there is a lot to get done around the house before the cold weather comes. From landscaping to insulation, read on for a homeowner's guide to prepping for the upcoming … more
The Alabama State Parks System offers some of the very best places to see the state's awe-inspiring fall foliage, and there's still time to plan a trip to experience the magic of Alabama's fall … more
The Fly High Goose Foundation recently presented a donation of $13,600 to the Bay Minette Recreation Department for new practice fields for its youth sports programs. The funding will be used to … more
AUBURN UNIVERSITY — Nothing says fall is here quite like pumpkins. Whether you choose to decorate with whole ones or carve them into scary faces, pumpkins add a fun element to any fall … more
Yes, the moon will blot out the sun. Mostly. Yes, it's an eclipse. No, you cannot look directly at the sun for any amount of time. And yes, we know you looked right at the total eclipse, like … more
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