Learn about coastal creatures during free Gulf Shores Welcome Center summer series
Gulf Shores & Orange Beach
Ally Dorrough • Gulf Shores & Orange Beach Tourism
[email protected] • GulfShores.com/Media-Room
1-800-745-SAND • 251-968-9327 (direct) • 334-752-7745 (cell)
Turtle Talks and Bird Chatter with local nature tourism experts
GULF SHORES AND ORANGE BEACH, ALA. – Nature is the cornerstone of Alabama’s beach destination and is the focus of a new, free series at the Gulf Shores Welcome Center (3459 Gulf Shores Parkway) – Turtle Talks and Bird Chatter. Gulf Shores & Orange Beach Tourism invites the public to engage with local experts about the area’s beloved coastal creatures in June.
Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge, Marine Science Adventures and the Birmingham Audubon Coastal Programs will present family-friendly educational sessions with Turtle Talks each Tuesday and Wednesday at 11 a.m. featuring the program’s mascot, Caretta the Turtle, and Bird Chatter on Thursdays at 11 a.m.
The July series schedule will be available soon. For updates and more information on this series and more welcome center events, visit GulfShores.com/WelcomeCenters.
About Gulf Shores & Orange Beach Tourism:
Gulf Shores & Orange Beach Tourism serves as the official destination marketing organization for the cities of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach in addition to the unincorporated area of Fort Morgan. To learn more about the whole different state of discovery on Alabama’s 32 miles of white-sand beaches, visit either GulfShores.com or OrangeBeach.com. This convention and visitors bureau is an accredited Destination Marketing Organization (2012-2016).