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State Public Fishing Lakes Are Open

NWTF Donates $122,000 for Wildlife Management

Special Waterfowl Hunting Days for Youth, Veterans and Active Military Personnel Set for November 20 and February 5

WFF Law Enforcement Expands Training Outreach

In 2017, the Law Enforcement Section of the Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF) Division began providing specialized training for its new recruits. The Section has now expanded to sharing that unique training with other agencies, even with other states. Carter Hendrix, Assistant Chief of WFF Law Enforcement, said the idea to offer more that basic training to help new recruits transition to the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) came to fruition in 2017 with the Rural Operations for Law Enforcement curriculum. “Our instructor cadre came…