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Open-air exhibits place you face to face with majestic--and often deadly--animals! See one of the country's oldest exhibits of birds in their habitats, and explore the children's discovery room for hands-on experiences with Alabama's natural wonders.
Opened in April of 2013, BamaBoggin Mud Park not only offers events with large payouts for mud boggin’ amateurs and professionals but also a place where your average trucker can get a little mud on the tires.
hey called it Muscle Shoals. Earliest history noted the thunderous stretch of shallow rapids where the Tennessee River flowed through the hills and valleys of northwest Alabama. Mussels were found in abundance among the river rocks and American Indians us
In a small, grassy meadow, deep in the rich, thick wilderness of Freedom Hills, Key Underwood sadly buried his faithful coondog, Troop. They had hunted together for more than 15 years. They had been close friends.
Welcome to Tuscumbia Alabama, a city steeped in history dating to 1820. Tuscumbia was an early center for agriculture, commerce and industry that included the first railroad west of the Allegheny Mountains.