Local Pride Sticker Sheet
This sheet includes six miniature stickers that depict several locations in Mobile that add to our local spirit and capture the aesthetic of this city.
This die-cut Sasquatch Sticker features our classic logo in red and white. This sticker is designed to handle the elements so you can feel confident representing Red Beard's Outfitter on whatever adventure you may undertake next!
Enjoy the skyline of Mobile, Alabama as you take a sunset or full moon paddle from the causeway. Before your paddle, enjoy some of the best seafood that our coastal area has to offer.
Splinter Hill Bog Sticker:
Splinter Hill Bog Complex is one of the largest continuous seepage bogs on the Gulf Coast. Known for its white-topped pitcher plants, Splinter Hill Bog is home to a variety of plants and animals, including 12 species of carnivorous plants. In addition to seepage bogs, Splinter Hill Bog Complex is also home to longleaf pine forests and rolling hills.
Just a few miles off of I-65 in Baldwin County, you will find one of the largest white-topped pitcher plant bogs in the world. It’s located near the headwaters of the Perdido River and is a part of the Forever Wild Splinter Hill Bog Complex. Sections of the Complex are owned separately by the Forever Wild Land Trust and the Alabama State Lands Division and they are managed together as a large nature preserve with more than 2,200 acres open to the public for outdoor recreation.
Keep Alabama Wild Sticker:
Show your support for Alabama's wild and protected lands. Not only do these lands provide trails, waterfront access, and various outdoor entertainment opportunities, they also provide habitats for the 88 endangered species in Alabama.
Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge Sticker:
Keep Alabama Wild and show your support for Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge. A part of the 7,157-acre Gulf Coast Complex, Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge protects both endangered species and migratory birds. This habitat is critical for sea turtles coming to shore to nest.
Three different species of sea turtles have been documented nesting on the Gulf Coast. While Loggerheads are the most common, Green and Kemp's Ridley sea turtles have also been known to nest on refuge beaches.
Sea turtle nesting season begins in late May and continues through October. The eggs are protected and monitored during their incubation period and the hatchlings are seen safely to the surf as they begin their long journey to the Gulf Stream. In 2001, the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service initiated a sea turtle volunteer program called Share the Beach, involving local residents and businesses in sea turtle conservation. As a result of increased monitoring and public support through this program, sea turtles have been given a better chance at success.