Who pays for conservation in Alabama? You won’t believe the answer.

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Alabama State Lake opening in the 1960s. Photo courtesy of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

Eighty plus years ago, the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, previously called Game and Fish Division, began a program to bring back deer and wild turkey from the brink of extinction. Now, deer and turkey are abundant.

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Demand calling for new Firearm, Fishing & Hunting Store in Homewood

Firearm sales have risen steadily this past year, so what else to do than follow the demand!?

David Roberts, owner of All American Outdoors, is excited for his soon to be store in the former Tidmore Flags location on HWY 31.

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David Roberts inside the soon-to-be store front. Photo by: Sarah Cook

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Jeffco Hunter Education Classes

 

Alabama’s hunter education program helps keep hunting safe and enjoyable. The program covers the skills, regulations and responsibilities of hunting, and wildlife conservation that help to secure our hunting heritage. If you were born on or after August 1, 1977, you must complete an approved hunter education program before being eligible to hunt unsupervised. Alabama has two hunter education options: a traditional course with a written test or an Internet course. Don’t wait, start today! #WWVD

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