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Coastal Eco Tour - Private Boat Charter
"You'll experience the lesser-traveled waterways of Coastal Alabama as we explore the Intracoastal Waterway Oyster Bay Bon Secour Bay and the Bon Secour River watching for a variety of wildlife including Dolphins Bald Eagle Osprey Heron
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Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge Kayak Tour
"On this tour you will visit a portion of the Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge that no driving tourist can reach.  This refuge was established by Congress in 1980 to preserve the coastal dune ecosystem to protect threatened and endangered species to provide compatible recreational opportunities and to serve as a living laboratory for students and scientists  Regularly and recently observed birds in BSNWR: Red-bellied Woodpecker Belted King Fisher Great Blue Heron
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Mystery Tour in Montgomery AL
"Montgomery Mystery Tours boarding location is downtown Montgomery Visitors Bureau which is at Union Station on 300 Waters Street. Each traveler receives a ready to frame painted ticket voucher. We begin all tours with a songs taught to us by the original FREEDOM RIDERS. We travel to several locations throughout the city stopping at va songs performed by Alabama Artists or written by famous Alabamians.  Recite Movie lines from films produced in Alabama or share a bit of history makes for great fun. We'll have group discussions based on truth and reconciliation about Americas histo Old Alabama Town is collection of over 40 authentically restored 19th and 20th century buildings located with in the downtown area.Located in downtown Montgomery the Museum of Alabama is the only destination where you can explore Alabama's past from prehistory to present.  We'll discover the land the first Alabama and 14000 years of Native American Culture. More than 800 artifacts
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Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge

Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1938 to provide a safe habitat for ducks, geese, and other migratory birds that winter along the banks of the Tennessee River. The 34,500-acre...
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Bald Cypress Swamps

One of the most distinctive habitat types of the American South are the bald cypress swamps. A member of the redwood family, the bald cypress is one of the few firs that is deciduous. They are aquatic...
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Russell Cave National Monument

For more than 9,000 years there is a record of human habitation in this cave which is in the mountains of North Alabama, near the Tennessee border. It is one of the oldest and best preserved...
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St. Stephens: Where Alabama Began

Once the territorial capital of Alabama, Saint Stephens today is a ghost town. It is on the Banks of the Tombigbee River and situated on a high bluff which the Choctaw Indians called Hobucakintopa.In...
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Talladega National Forest

There are three National Forests in Alabama: William B. Bankhead National Forest in the North, Conecuh National Forest in the South, and Talladega National Forest in the East and Central portions of...
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Lake Tholocco

While I lived here in Alabama, the Lake had been completely washed out. Now, as I return after nearly 13 years, we found the lake and activity at it's busiest! Rent equipment for water activities, and...
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Blandon Springs State Park

For those seeking peace and quite, the secluded Blandon Springs State Park in Southwestern Alabama's Choctaw County may be just your cup of tea. When I was there I didn't see another living soul. The...
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Treetop Nature Trail

This is easy to miss, so look for it! Right in Oak Mountain State Park. By the way, it's right across the street from parking lot at the beach on the Lake.You can stroll along a broad, elevated...
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A resident of the Treetop Nature Trail

Had to show you my best picture taken of a Hawk at the Treetop Nature Trail. The others were not as clear because of their ability to blend into their surroundings. We enjoyed seeing each resident...
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Jones Archaeological Museum at Moundsville

A small yet informative museum located in the center of the Moundsville park, this museum and giftshop is bound to have something to teach you or for you to take home with you.The Civilian...
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Moundsville, Alabama

South on Hwy 69 from I-20, entering the small country town of "Moundsville", most famous for its Mississippian Pyramid/mound culture ceremonial and ritual complex also called the same as the town -...
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Check out Alabama diaries...

Check out Alabama diaries online at http://www.freeopendiary.com/diarylist.asp?statecode=AL&statename=Alabama&list=5 start=1 This will give you everything you didn't want to know about people in...
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Ave Maria Grotto, Cullman...

Ave Maria Grotto, Cullman Cross Garden, Prattville Joe Cain Day, Mobile Joe Mintner's Yard, Birmingham Key Underwood Coon Dog Graveyard, Tuscumbia Lambert's Café, Foley Naked Art, Birmingham...
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The little tiny University of...

The little tiny University of Montevallo has a wonderful campus to visit, and they have a very unique homecoming experience if you are travelling through the area at the time. It's called college...
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Top Hotels in Alabama

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26 North Royal Street, Opening May 2007, Mobile, Alabama, 36602, United States
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2101 Fifth Avenue North, Birmingham, Alabama, 35203, United States
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1124 Eastern Blvd., Montgomery, Alabama, 36117 1942, United States
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337 East Beach Blvd., PO Box 481, Gulf Shores, Alabama, 36547, United States
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4815 University Drive NW, Huntsville, Alabama, 35816, United States
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112 Airport Rd W, Fort Payne, AL 35968
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Top Things to Do in Alabama

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Fort Conde

Built originally as a wood stockade in 1711, the fort was replaced with a stone foundation in 1723. The replica cannon on the walls range from the French to the Spanish era at Fort Conde and sit...
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Riverwalk Stadium

In Montgomery, you can find Riverwalk Stadium, home of the Montgomery Biscuits, the AA Minor League (roughly equivalent to a European 3rd League) affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays. We thought it would...
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Vulcan Park and Museum

The statue of the Roman god of the Forge, Vulcan is the unofficial symbol of the city of Birmingham. The 56-foot statue is the largest cast iron statue in the world, and was created for the 1904...
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Madison Roundhouse

Civil war era railroad depot in a suburb of Huntsville. The current building is a replica of the original depot and Madison city hall building that was originally built in the 1880's. The replica was...
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Geneva and Geneva County

Geneva County was established on December 26, 1868 and was named after the county seat, the town of Geneva. The town of Geneva started as a small trading post in 1820. It was located where two rivers...
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De Soto Falls

Great falls on Lookout Mountain. The falls are a 104 foot drop into a plunge pool. The falls are part of Desoto State Park near the little river canyon area about 10 miles north of Fort Payne,...
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