Alabama has tremendous natural diversity with more than 1.3 million acres of public hunting land and some of the most liberal seasons and bag limits in the nation. Alabama hunters have an opportunity to hunt many species, including, white-tailed deer, wild turkey, bobwhite quail, feral hogs, waterfowl, rabbits, squirrel, mourning doves, and many other species.

Purchase a license online

How to Obtain a Conservation ID Number

License Information

License FAQs

Hunter Education

REGISTER FOR A HUNT

2017 Youth Dove Hunts

Public Land Hunting Opportunities (Special Opportunity Areas)

Register for Alligator Hunts

GAME CHECK INFORMATION

Mandatory Game Check:  Board Recommends Changes to Alabama’s Hunting and Fishing Regulations

Game Check Seminar Series

Game Check and Harvest Record Form

Game Check and Harvest Records FAQ's

PUBLIC LAND HUNTING IN ALABAMA

Public Land Hunting Opportunities

What to Hunt

Hunter Survey Results

Definition of Area Regulation

Hunter Resources and Downloads

Seasons and Bag Limits

Trapping

2016-2017 Regulations Book of Game, Fish, Furbearers, and Other Wildlife

 

First Gobbler Certificate (pdf)

Forever Wild Field Trial Area