Expo Continues to Grow
Bird Expo, the free, daylong event on Saturday, Oct. 16, on the grounds of Faulkner State Community College in Fairhope, continues to sign on new exhibitors and vendors and add new activities.
New to the schedule are two guided mini birding tours for young people and an opportunity to learn about the natural history of owls by dissecting owl pellets. Bird Expo includes award-winning nature films, seminars, workshops, and demonstrations, all with no admission charge.
Current vendors and exhibitors
for Bird Expo include: Alabama Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources,
Lands; Alabama Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources, Wildlife
& Freshwater Fisheries; Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind
(students will be selling handmade duck boxes and birdhouses); Alabama
Wildlife Federation; Dauphin Island Sea Lab; Faulkner State Community
College; Erin Fitzhugh (fine art of birds and nature); McCoy Outdoors;
Mobile Bay Audubon Society; Mobile Bay National Estuary Program; Mississippi/Alabama
Sea Grant; The Nature Conservancy; Jennifer Soehren (wildlife arts and
Bird Expo is free and open to the public. Programs start at 8 am and continue until 4 pm. For more information on the free Bird Expo events, click here or call 251-990-0423.
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