Audubon Bird Sanctuary Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"While you can easily hike the Audubon Bird Sanctuary loop on Dauphin Island in an hour, you will want to linger to catch the morning sun glinting off the shimmering waters of Galliard Lake as wading birds look for breakfast, bathe in the soothing sounds of a choir of songbirds, and frolic in the crashing waves of the Gulf of Mexico.
You know you’re in for a treat when you hear that the Audubon Bird Sanctuary, located on Alabama’s Dauphin Island, is world-renowned as being in the top four places for bird viewing. In fact, the National Audubon Society says that the sanctuary is “globally important for migration.” The Audubon Bird Sanctuary loop takes you deep into one of the last and most secluded areas on the burgeoning island."