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Alabama's great outdoors offers so many benefits, from abundant recreational opportunities to stunning vistas, that it's sometimes difficult to fathom. And some, like Randy and Jennifer Householder, … more
The ribbon-cuttings to provide access to Alabama's abundant natural resources continued last week as Gov. Kay Ivey, Conservation Commissioner Chris Blankenship and other dignitaries officially opened … more
If you love to head to the woods this time of year to pursue white-tailed deer, Capt. Lee Pitts is right there with you. However, if you want to take a break from the deer stand and catch crappie on … more
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey recently joined in the celebrations of major improvements in boating access in west central Alabama and at the Gulf Coast with ribbon-cutting ceremonies at Demopolis City … more
Those who love to dine on Alabama's succulent oysters are in luck. The state's oyster season opened on Oct. 3, and the oyster catchers are busy plucking those delicious bivalves from the reefs in … more
Thanks to the combined efforts of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources' Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF) Division, the Crenshaw County Sheriff's Office, Alabama Law … more
FOLEY – The best in college archery converged on the Graham Creek Nature Preserve to compete in USA Archery's 3D Collegiate Nationals last weekend and once again, the University of the … more
One of the messages the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources' (ADCNR) Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF) Division wanted to convey last week at the CWD (chronic wasting … more
For the first time since 2019, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) was able to conduct the waterfowl breeding population survey, and the results were mixed. Overall waterfowl numbers in 2022 … more
Gopher tortoise conservation reached a new level recently when the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) teamed with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), Eckerd … more
The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources' Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF) Division continues to expand its unique access to the great outdoors with five new Special … more
Learning to hunt may seem out of reach for those who didn't grow up with hunting as part of their family experience. Fortunately, Alabama's Adult Mentored Hunt (AMH) Program teaches all the skills … more
When you visit Lake Guntersville State Park or the DeSoto Falls area at DeSoto State Park, the ride will be noticeably smoother after the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources … more
The Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is sponsoring free hunter education classes around Baldwin County.Hunter education is … more
Access to the water is one hurdle for boaters and anglers in Alabama's coastal counties, where high land prices and high demand can leave those who want to launch a boat waiting in line.However, … more
The return of the shark category to the 89th annual Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo (ADSFR) was a rousing success with 15 sharks weighed in during the three-day event, with one riding the ferry from … more
With the Gulf Coast in the peak of fishing season for the abundant reef fish in Alabama's vast artificial reef zone, the Return 'Em Right program is designed to educate anglers on how to ensure any … more
Protecting a nationally recognized estuary in a rapidly developing coastal area can be a bit like putting together a puzzle where the pieces are constantly being shuffled and changed. This is exactly … more
The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) continues to provide citizens with groundbreaking opportunities to enjoy the outdoors in new, innovative ways.The ADCNR's Wildlife … more
The U.S. Coast Guard rescue swimmer said only minutes remained before he reached the point of no return. Kevin Olmstead of Fairhope, a veteran angler and fishing guide for more than 20 years, had … more
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