A Day at Guntsterville State Park

Day at Guntersville State Park (2)

Bird Watching and Spotting an Eagle! Guntersville State Park, I am not even sure where to begin. I guess I will start by telling you a little about the park then tell you about my day bird watching there. Guntersville Park is Alabama’s largest lake, you can fish, hike, bike, camp, stay in the lodge, … Read moreA Day at Guntsterville State Park

Hiking in the Sipsey Wilderness: To the “Big Tree”

Hiking in the Sipsey Wilderness

Hiking to the “Big Tree” and a Waterfall Hiking in the Sipsey Wilderness is just one of the places you definitely want to hike in Alabama. One of the main reasons I wanted to hike this particular area/trail is because well it was the shorter trail (the are shorter trails, but I think they are … Read moreHiking in the Sipsey Wilderness: To the “Big Tree”

Alabama Festivals for 2018

Alabama Festivals For 2018

Alabama Festivals for 2018   I know  a lot of people like to travel for festivals! I think that is something fun that can be different in every country/state! Here is a list of festivals in Alabama if you are coming through! Last Updated: 02-12-18 January Asian Heritage Festival| Birmingham, AL | January 13, 2018 … Read moreAlabama Festivals for 2018

Hiking at Ruffner Mountain

Hiking at Ruffner Mountain

Ruffner Mountain Ruffner Mountain is a 1,038-acre nature preserve. There are several trails to hike. Ruffner Mountain has an rehabilitation area for animals, so if you go in the building you can sometimes see insects and animals. They also have events and do guided hikes, but you have to make sure that you  sign up … Read moreHiking at Ruffner Mountain

Hiking at Limestone Park

Limestone Park a nature preserve

Limestone Park “Limestone Park is a site on the Appalachian-Highlands Birding Trail and recognized as a Central Alabama Birding Hot Spot. The park is abundant with rare plant life, aquatic & land animals, breeding & nesting area for 100’s of bird species. Including a nearby Egret & Blue Heron Rookery.” Quotes from the Friends of … Read moreHiking at Limestone Park