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A Key to Common Native Trees in Alabama
Can you distinguish between a pinnately and palmately compound leaf, or between a denately serrate and double serrate edge? This 16-page publication contains clear descriptions and illustrations of th ...

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Africanized Honey Bees
In October 1990, the first swarm of Africanized honey bees to move naturally from Mexico into the United States was found and destroyed in southern Texas. Since then, Africanized honey bees have ...

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Alabama Aquatic Nuisance Species Series: Amazonian Apple Snail
This publication summarizes the basic biology of the Amazonian apple snail (Pomacea maculate), provides means of identification, summarizes the likely method of introduction and the impacts ...

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Alabama Trees

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Beginning Backyard Tracking
Learn the step-by-step instructions for creating tracking spaces to record animal foot imprints. The publication includes a brief overview of some of the animal tracks that may be observed and detaile ...

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Benefits of a Native Forest: Shortleaf Pine Poster
The shortleaf pine provides lumber, pulp, and paper as well as habitat for wildlife species such as the bobwhite quail and the red-cockaded woodpecker. Learn more about this native tree including its ...

Benefits of a Native Forest: White Oak poster
White oak trees are a dominant feature of Alabama's landscape. They produce high-quality lumber used in floors, cabinets, furniture, and wood barrels. Learn more with this colorful poster from Alaba ...

Birds of Triana-Field Guide

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Carpenter Bees--Biology and Management
Carpenter bees are not stinging bees like honeybees and bumblebees. However, they rely on man-made structures for the wood used to construct their nests, often causing expensive and dangerous damage t ...

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Common Birds of Prey in Alabama
A bird of prey is any bird that hunts other animals and they are often called raptors. This publication describes the different types of raptors found in Alabama, their identifying characteristics and ...

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