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AL Natural Resources

Last Updated: May 23rd, 2010 - 21:01:09


Natural Resources of Alabama
By Cynthia Kirkeby
Mar 17, 2006, 21:33 PST

Alabama Natural Resources
Explore state parks, state forests, canoe trails, birding trails, and watchable wildlife in the state of Alabama.

Alabama State Parks
Find information on the the twenty-two Alabama State Parks on this helpful site. Click on the name of the park to learn about the park’s attractions, to see maps and learn it’s location, and to see great photos of the area.
Source: Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

Forever Wild Land Program
Learn which land has been designated as forever wild permanent public land. From The Coon Creek Tract to The Eagle Roost View to the Walls of Jericho Tract. You can learn the particular of these exccellent publicly designate open areas.
Source: Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

North Alabama Birding Trail
“The NABT will offer the public a chain of approximately 50 birding sites, designated in three “loops”, with each loop requiring no more than a long weekend to view.” There are 11 counties taht make up the NABT region.

Bartram Canoe Trails
The Mobile-Tensaw Delta encompasses 250,000 acres, with day use and overnight trails where you may be able to see a few of the 50 rare and endangered plants and animals.
Source: Outdoor Alabama

Watchable Wildlife
“Alabama is blessed with tremendous natural diversity that spans terrestrial habitats from the gulf beaches to the lower Appalachian Mountains.  The state also contains a wealth of water and wetland resources.  Indeed, the Mobile-Tensaw Delta is recognized as one of the most significant and important delta complexes in the nation.  This great physical diversity produces numerous habitat types and the abundance of wildlife species they support.  Therefore, Alabama is consistently ranked among the top three to five states in terms of overall biodiversity.”
Source: Outdoor Alabama

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