Alabama lacks the gorgeous deserts, tall mountains, and rocky coastlines of Washington, but it’s still home to more species than Washington, ranking fifth in the nation for biodiversity. Its gorgeous landscapes teem with species whose stories are enthralling. But like Washington, Alabama’s native species face serious threats that also endanger the culture and economy of people who live there. Come learn about southeastern biodiversity and a state that should be on your ecotourism bucket list.
Date and Time: Oct. 31, 2017 at 11 a.m.
Location: Building 8, Mt. Constance