Here is where the Cahaba flows into the Alabama River, ending its long journey
from near Springville, winding its way into environmental science
as an Alabama Natural Wonder.
The free-flowing waterway is considered the most biologically diverse
in America and is home to 125 species of fish and rare plants
such as the Cahaba lily.
The two rivers' banks once supported a Mississippian Indian village
followed later by Alabama's first state capital. Today, it's a ghost town
known as the Old Cahawba Archaeological Park.
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