Dauphin Island South Webcam
The one-hundred and sixty square miles of land that are Dauphin Island are a few miles south off the shores of Alabama in the Gulf of Mexico and a veritable tropical paradise with long stretches of deserted, white sand beaches.
Surprisingly enough on Dauphin Island there are often more birds than people. Dauphin Island has only around a thousand permanent human inhabitants, but during the spring and fall migratory seasons birdlife descends there in its multitudes.
While you can’t go people watching on Dauphin Island, bird spotting is a must-do. At any one time there can be more than four-hundred species to spot. From waders to raptors and the island’s favorite which features on its coat of arms, the pelican.