April 10, 2018

By Brian Kelly | | See full article and photo gallery at

The high tourist season is just about in full swing at the Alabama Gulf Coast. The business landscape in Orange Beach continues to grow with the addition of new...

April 7, 2018
Snapper check

Posted on April 6, 2018 |

MONTGOMERY – Governor Kay Ivey on Friday announced that the National Marine Fisheries Service has granted Alabama’s request for an Exempted Fishing Permit,...

April 6, 2018
Orange Beach Seagrass Day proclamation

“It is in everyone’s interest to keep seagrass beds healthy.” So reads part of a proclamation by the Orange Beach City Council that declared Saturday, April 14, 2018 as Orange Beach Seagrass Day.

Spearheaded by the Islands of Perdido Foundation, preservation activities are planned on April 14 on the islands in Orange Beach and volunteers are needed.

The Islands of Perdido...

April 6, 2018
Baby owl from Wolf Bay camera

Column by Orange Beach Wildlife Center and Management Program

Spring has sprung! That means warmer weather, blooming flowers, and baby animals. The spring and summer months support a great environment for raising young animals. With many food varieties and favorable weather, there is an ample supply of resources available.


April 6, 2018
Perdido Beach Blvd Median Project Phase 2, 4.6.2018

Beginning the week of April 9, preparations for landscaping will begin on the medians of Perdido Beach Boulevard/State Highway 182, where the first phase of the Alabama Department of Transportation’s U-turn project is already complete.

Additionally, state-contracted crews working on Phase 2 of the U-turn project will soon begin constructing new medians.

The public is advised to...