Imagine, if you will, a place where you can learn about four key habitats of Coastal Alabama: the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta, Mobile Bay, the barrier islands, and the northern Gulf of Mexico. A place where you can touch a stingray and see more than 100 coastal species.
xperience the Gulf Coast like never before and explore the salt marshes this summer. The Dauphin Island Sea Lab hosts summer excursions for all ages to explore the coastal grassland area. Put on your marine biologist hat and learn about the important role the salt marshes play in the Gulf of Mexico and how they support life outside of their habitat.
Nothing compares to the natural beauty and biodiversity of the Gulf Coast. From the birds that fly in the skies to the fish that swim in the seas, we’re lucky to be surrounded by so many of Mother Nature’s finest creations along Alabama’s Coastal Connection. There’s no better way to learn all there is to ...Read More
There’s so much to see, so much to do! Homeschoolers who visit Alabama’s Coastal Connection have nearly limitless points of interest that will engage your students and provide ideas for teaching everything from science to history to art. Try the Connecting with Nature itinerary to put science ideas under the magnifying glass for your children. Your ...Read More
Learning new skills and information is never dull when you’re on the Alabama Gulf Coast. Fall is a fun time for homeschoolers in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach. Fewer crowds mean more opportunities for learning as homeschoolers get a front-row seat to education. If your learner is interested in the environment and marine biology, Gulf Shores ...Read More