Please join us at one of our hikes, or meetings. Our monthly meetings are usually held at 7:00pm. on the first Thursday of the month—except June, July, and August—at St. Francis Parish, Mulvoy Building, 811 Fifth Avenue, Tuscaloosa. We lead weekend day and overnight hikes and sponsor activities to inform Sierra Club members and the general public about local, regional, state, and national environmental issues. Anyone is welcome to attend our local group meetings and participate in our outings. Click on the "f" at the right to visit our Facebook group. Please join us! More…

Upcoming Events

Thurs. 2/18. 7:00pm. Monthly meeting. “Update on the Alabama Water Management Plan”, Dr. Pat O’Neil, Deputy Director of the Geological Survey of Alabama, St. Francis Parish, Mulvoy Building, 811 Fifth Avenue, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401.

Sat. 2/20. Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Trip. Want to feel like you are at a zoo without fences? Noxubee Refuge in eastern Mississippi offers some of the best wildlife viewing anywhere. The resident Bald Eagles are nesting, and we will likely see ducks and geese and other water birds. It is also possible to see deer, wild turkeys, and the occasional alligator. Meet at 7:30a.m. at Buhl Elementary School -west side/front entrance parking lot off Sipsey Valley Road, not the one off Hwy. 140. The school is less than 11 miles west of the Northport Civic Center. Optional lunch at a local Bakery/Restaurant then the e.t.a. back at Buhl should be 3:00P.M.

 

 

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