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obs of the future will require workers to have higher levels of technical, academic, and interpersonal skills and to keep those skills current with changing technology. To be competitive in a global economy, Alabama must have a workforce development syste
This report constitutes the Alabama Consolidated Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy of the Alabama Association of Regional Councils and the twelve Regional Councils that serve the communities of the State of Alabama.
The birds along the trail are those typical of mature, open mixed pine-oak-hickory woods. This is a prime spot for Scarlet and Summer tanagers; the former is often seen in and near the Chestnut Oaks. Woodpeckers (most notably Pileated and Hairy) are often visible, along with Pine Warblers and Brown-headed Nuthatches. The boardwalk offers a great perspective to view winter feeding flocks, such as Purple Finches, Pine Siskins, Golden-crowned and Ruby-crowned Kinglets, Brown Creepers, and Red-breasted Nuthatches. Winter Wrens are most often seen around the root balls of fallen trees.