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Alabama

Field Trips and Events

Mark Your Calendars!

It's time to get out in nature and see for yourself the places you're helping to conserve in Alabama.  We'd love to have you paddle around one of our Nature Conservancy preserves or hike a trail with us, or maybe you can join us for a special event celebrating Alabama's natural places.


Special Events


  • Splinter Hill Bog Field Trip

    Ruth McClellan Abronski Splinter Hill Bog Preserve
    April 24, 2015

    You are invited to join The Nature Conservancy for our spring field trip to the Ruth McClellan Abronski Splinter Hill Bog Preserve, a beautiful expanse of longleaf pine forest and pitcher plant bogs located in the headwaters of the Perdido River. ... Learn more


  • Cahaba Lilies Canoe Trip

    Bibb County Glades Preserve
    May 29, 2015

    The Nature Conservancy in Alabama invites you to join us in May to canoe on the Cahaba River to see the Cahaba lilies during their short blooming period and hear about the importance of land conservation to the health of the Cahaba and other rivers in Alabama.  ... Learn more


  • Mississippi Sound Boat Tour

    Departs from Dauphin Island, AL
    May 08, 2015

    Join us for a boat tour in Mississippi Sound to view the Conservancy’s American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) oyster reef restoration project at Coffee Island, the state’s first Natural Resources Damage Assessment project at Marsh Island, and Cat I... Learn more


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