Environmental Studies Center holds open house

 Owls, eagles, hawks, turtles and snakes are just some of the wild animals you’ll see at the Environmental Studies Center’s Open House this weekend! Susan Clement brought one-year-old Brody the Owl to meet Cherish Lombard. He’s one of the owls you’ll meet at the open house Saturday from 10:00am – 3:00pm. Take your whole family out to the 500 acre property to enjoy walking trails, native wildlife exhibits, animal presentations, planetarium shows, food and fun! Proceeds from concessions and all donations will help with wildlife care.

Admission is free, but you can help rehabilitate wildlife by taking an item or items from this “Wish List:”

  • Walmart gift cards
  • Cash
  • Clip-on clamp lights
  • Pine shavings to line cages
  • Pine bark mulch
  • Baled hay
  • Newspaper
  • Heating pads (not auto off)
  • Liquid laundry detergent
  • Liquid dishwasher soap
  • Bleach
  • 60-watt light bulbs
  • Syringes (3cc)
  • Plastic wrap
  • Ziploc freezer bags (gallon and quart sizes)
  • Ice
  • Dried whole corn
  • Scratch feed
  • Wild birdseed
  • Sunflower seeds (plain flavor)
  • Nuts in shell
  • Raw peanuts in shell
  • Dry dog food (small bites)
  • Canned sardines in water
  • Small frozen fish
  • Jarred Chicken Vegetable baby food

Environmental Studies Center
6101 Girby Rd
Mobile, AL 36693
(251) 221-5000


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