Hunters in Alabama request many types of resources to make their hunting experiences more enjoyable and memories everlasting. This page contains links to useful downloads such as targets, landowner permission cards, moon phases, sunrise/set calculators, records of Alabama White-tailed Deer, recipes, and many other hunter friendly resources.
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Records of Alabama White-tailed Deer (RAWD)
The Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries began a recognition program in 2008 for white-tail deer killed in Alabama. Information regarding the program, scoring sessions, minimum qualifications, etc is available on the RAWD page.
Target Downloads and Shooting Range Info
Sighting in a rifle is an activity that every hunter should do prior to each hunting season. Don't let that trophy, whether it's a squirrel, doe or a big buck, escape this year because you didn't properly sight in your rifle. Visit a shooting range near you to ensure your rifle is functioning properly and the bullet impacts where you are aiming. Download and print a sight in target.
The .22 caliber target is suitable for plinking and general target use when scoring a target is necessary. It doesn't have any graduations/measurements for making scope adjustments.
Hunter Mail Survey Results
The Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries has been conducting a hunter mail survey annually for several decades. The results of this survey provide excellent trend data in regards to Alabama's harvest and man-days of hunting. Please visit the publications page of this website to access the hunter mail surveys.
WMA Harvest Reports
A summary of harvest rates and other pertinent information for each WMA is compiled annually and available by clicking here.
Field Judging Live Deer
This downloadable poster was a joint effort between the Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries, Alabama Wildlife Federation, and the Quality Deer Management Association. It is a great resource for all hunters and hunting clubs interested in various aspects deer management.
Please email Ray Metzler at email@example.com if there are resources missing from this page that you believe other Alabama hunters would find useful.
Submit your Deer Harvest Data
Hunters can now submit information regarding deer harvested in Alabama and obtain a summary of all data they enter by clicking here. Harvest data is helpful to wildlife biologists in making management decisions.
Landowner Technical Assistance
The Alabama Forestry Commission, Alabama Cooperative Extension Service, and the Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries developed a partnership to provide landowners with technical assistance regarding all facets of land management. Click here to visit watch a short video regarding the program. Contact a Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries wildlife biologist by visiting the contacts page of this website.