The Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division is charged by law to protect, manage and enhance the state’s fish and wildlife resources. The division meets these responsibilities by carrying out coordinated, scientifically sound enforcement, management, research, development, and educational programs designed to ensure protection and enhancement of fish and wildlife populations and habitats for the sustainable benefit of the people of Alabama.
The division is funded by the sales of hunting and fishing licenses and matching federal money. It does not receive money from the state's General Fund.
The division's administrative headquarters is located in Montgomery.
Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries
64 North Union St.
Montgomery, AL 36130
The division is composed of the Enforcement, Fisheries and Wildlife Sections. Five district offices are located around the state.