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Alabama Pheasant Hunting News

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Waterfowl season to be decided soon
Waterfowl season to be decided soon

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Your First Hunt- What to bring and what to expect
Juan Urbina’s First Hunt -In two weeks, my brother-in-law will be here for his first hunt over his newly trained dog and fresh out of the box Benelli Nova 20 gauge. Yes, he’s been out one other time, but now he’s going to do it for real.

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Outdoor Alabama Newsletter-February
The next meeting of the Alabama Conservation Advisory Board will be Saturday, February 7, in the State Capitol Auditorium in Montgomery. This is the first scheduled meeting of the Advisory Board in 2009.

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12
Forever Wild Commits $15 Million to Purchase Land for Public Use The Forever Wild Land Trust has voted to spend $15 million to pursue purchase of several additional tracts of land for activities such as hunting, hiking, camping and birding. The Co...

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14
Hunting advice is just a phone call away Sunday, November 14, 2004 Alabama hunters frequently have questions about hunting matters in the state and often are not sure where to turn. Many hunters choose to call Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries' sta...

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Alabama Hunters Help the Hungry Alabama hunters again have the opportunity to help others while they enjoy their outdoor pursuits. The Hunters Helping the Hungry program provides a way that Alabama hunters can give thousands of pounds of ground ve...

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Standing corn and cool, wet weather made it a bit more difficult for hunters in Marshall County when the pheasant season opened on Saturday. "On opening day hunters were averaging about a bird for every two guys, and the second day a little l...

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Conservation Advisory Board Conducts Work Session The Conservation Advisory Board broke new ground as members convened for a work session on Tuesday, October 12, in Montgomery. The meeting, open to the public, allowed discussion of ways the Board co...

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24
Conservation Department Announces Archery Hunts at Oak Mountain State Park The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources announces that it will hold an archery deer hunt at Oak Mountain State Park on October 26-27, 2004, and anoth...

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Conservation Department Offers Events To Introduce Newcomers to Outdoor Activities Want to introduce someone to hunting or fishing, and don’t know where to begin? The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources offers numerous events through...

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Conservation Department Launches New “Hunt Outdoor Alabama” Campaign Introduce someone to hunting in Outdoor Alabama …and you could both be winners! The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is launching an exciting new ment...

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24
Dove Season Begins Fall Hunting in Alabama With dove hunting season upon us, the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources reminds hunters that fields must meet certain guidelines to be considered legal for hunting. The North Zone spl...

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WASHINGTON STATE RECEIVES NEVADA SAGE GROUSE In an effort to enhance the genetics of two populations of sage grouse in the state of Washington, 25 of the birds were recently trapped in Nevada and transported to that state where they were released. ...

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2004 “Make A Splash” Water Festival At Outdoor Alabama Expo Who is invited to “Make A Splash?” Young Alabamians can be a part of a nationwide effort to raise awareness of the critical need for water education. The initiative, “Make A Splash,” w...

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Successful Opening Day For Youth Dove Hunts The annual STEP OUTSIDE Youth Dove Hunts for 2004 began Saturday, September 11, with 21 hunts throughout the North Zone of the state. Fields were alive with 873 excited youngsters – almost a hundred more...

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Groundbreaking for Guntersville Lodge August 26 A groundbreaking for construction at Guntersville State Park Lodge will take place Thursday, August 26 at 2 p.m. near the lodge entrance. The lodge and restaurant have been closed for several months ...

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22
Walls of Jericho Tract Opening to Public August 27 The long-awaited opening of the Walls of Jericho area is set for August 27, 2004, according to the State Lands Division of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Gates to the proper...

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03
New law thanks military with expanded hunting, fishing opportunities MONTGOMERY - Governor Bob Riley has signed into law a bill that allows Alabama residents on leave from active duty in the Armed Forces to hunt or fish without obtaining a hunting o...

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02
Conservation Advisory Board Again Recommends Turkey Decoys In a special called meeting, the Conservation Advisory Board voted 7 to 2 today to affirm its earlier recommendation to legalize the use of decoys for turkey hunting. The original affirm...

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02
By Karl J. Power VALLEY NEWS DISPATCH Sunday, August 1, 2004 If I could choose one thing I most agree with when it comes to Game Commission issues, it would have to be the special youth hunts. The special hunts for squirrel, waterfowl, pheasants ...

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