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October 2007

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Waterfowl Stamp Art

The design for Alabama’s annual waterfowl stamp is chosen through an art competition. Some of Alabama’s top artists vie each year for the opportunity to have their design adorn the stamp.
By David Rainer
 
Originally called Game Wardens, today they’re known as Conservation Enforcement Officers. This component of law enforcement is celebrating its 100th year in Alabama.
By Kevin Dodd
 
Legless lizards, officially known as glass lizards, are sometimes mistaken for snakes. How can you tell the difference? Read this article to find out.
By Eric Soehren
 
Alabama’s Three-Buck Limit
Beginning with the 2007-2008 hunting season, Alabama’s big-game hunters will be required to keep a record of their buck and turkey harvests. Learn about this new regulation.
By David Rainer
 
Women and Fishing: A Great Combination
Nearly 13 million women participate in some form of fishing throughout the year. Many organizations are available to help encourage and teach women the fun of fishing.
By Jaime Miller
 
Milkweeds of Alabama
One of the most striking and easily identifiable groups of plants in Alabama is the milkweed family.
By Wayne Barger, Ph.D.
 
Several of Alabama’s Wildlife Management Areas offer opportunities for hunting feral hogs.
By Gene Carver
 
Hooked on Outdoor Alabama
To highlight the importance of the Alabama River and its impact on natural resources, colorfully designed giant fishing lures have been placed in the Montgomery/Prattville Area.
 
Clean Firearm Key to Accuracy and Safety
Here are some tips from an expert on keeping your firearm clean.
By David Rainer
 
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Parks Profile
 
 
Watchable Wildlife
Florida Black Bear
By Chris Jaworowski

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