Hunting News

Time to repeat the hunting accidents reduction milestone

Time to repeat the hunting accidents reduction milestone

By David Rainer | Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

More than 200,000 hunters will pursue the abundant game in Alabama this season, which means hunter safety should be at the forefront of any outdoors adventure. Captain Marisa Futral, Hunter Education Coordinator, Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF) Division, would love to see a repeat of the 2021-2022 season, when zero fatalities were reported for hunt...

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Test deer for CWD before consuming, DNR says

Test deer for CWD before consuming, DNR says

By Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

Before consuming venison, hunters are encouraged to have their harvested deer tested for CWD, by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and others. The DNR has made CWD testing easy and accessible to every hunter in the state by offering free testing and various options to make the sample drop-off process fast and convenient. By having deer tested,...

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Recent Hunting News

Register by Oct. 8 for rabbit, squirrel hunting class
Register by Oct. 8 for rabbit, squirrel hunting class

By Georgia Department of Natural Resources

Folks new to hunting who want to hunt rabbit or squirrel, but are not sure how to get started, can register now for an Oct. 22 program at the Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center. The Safe Harvest And Responsible Practices (S.H.A.R.P.) pro... READ MORE


Check for WMA status frequently, post-hurricane
Check for WMA status frequently, post-hurricane

By Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

The effects of Hurricane Ian continue to be felt in many areas of the state, and recovery work is expected to take time. Part of the process for the FWC and its cooperators includes assessing wildlife management areas impacted by the catas... READ MORE


Season ends; hunters take 157 alligators
Season ends; hunters take 157 alligators

By Arkansas Game and Fish Commission

At the end of the two-weekend, night-hunting-only, 2022 alligator hunting season, 157 alligators had been tagged and reported to the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. Mark Barbee, assistant regional manager who coordinates the hunt, said h... READ MORE


Archery only season opens Oct. 1
Archery only season opens Oct. 1

By Texas Parks & Wildlife

Archery-only season for white-tailed deer, mule deer and wild turkey opens Oct. 1 and runs through Nov. 4. Hunters should refer to the Outdoor Annual for specific county regulations and bowhunting-specific regulations including the types of... READ MORE


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