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For more information, call 334-242-3151 or email Kim Nix at [email protected] is currently working with Auburn University researchers and other state and federal agencies to collect data on the state’s black bear population and movements.This data will be used to make scientific decisions regarding bear management.The photo contest is open to state residents and visitors alike, but qualifying photos must have been taken in Alabama.Contest coordinator Kim Nix says a new category connects the celebration of statehood to the photo contest, which is in its 14th year.A total of 10 photos per person may be entered in the following categories: Alabama Bicentennial Birds of a Feather Bugs and Butterflies Coastal Life Cold-blooded Critters Nature-Based Recreation Shoots and Roots State Park Adventures Sweet Home Alabama Watchable Wildlife Waterfalls Young Photographer Category explanations and additional entry information may be found at
The Board of Trustees of the Alabama Forever Wild Land Trust will hold its third quarterly meeting on August 9, 2018, at the Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center, 3121 Visitors Center Rd., Decatur, Ala., 35603. At this meeting, updates on Forever Wild program activities and tract assessments will be presented.
“There has never been a black bear attack on a human in Alabama.” Black bears are typically secretive, shy animals that will avoid human interaction.
Occasionally, a curious bear will explore a human-populated area in search of food.
Historically, a small population of black bears have remained rooted in Mobile and Washington counties.
Baldwin, Covington and Escambia counties on the Florida border host yet another population of bears.In recent years, bears have also been recorded in Chambers, Elmore, Jefferson, Lee, Macon and Tallapoosa counties.These recent sightings are more evidence of the state’s expanding black bear population.The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources promotes wise stewardship, management and enjoyment of Alabama’s natural resources through four divisions: Marine Resources, State Lands, State Parks, and Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries. Muscadine (Vitis rotundifolia) is a member of the grape family.