For an additional $5 to your license purchase, you can select from six new designs for the 2020-2021 license year that depict a variety of wildlife photography and outdoors-themed images. The new designs include a white-tailed buck, strutting turkey, crappie, redfish, wood duck, and a Second Amendment-themed card for shooting sports.
ADCNR’s new License Packages are also available to be paired with the collectible hard cards.
If you do not hunt or fish and are passionate about nature, consider becoming a conservationist with the purchase of a Wildlife Heritage License. Funding generated through license sales not only helps Alabama’s wildlife, it benefits all Alabamians through clean water, land conservation, habitat management, and abundant wildlife.
The Wildlife Heritage License is the perfect way to assist the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources in its efforts to protect and conserve the state's wildlife and natural resources for generations to come.
Whether it be birding, nature photography, hiking, kayaking, mountain biking, utilizing the state’s public shooting ranges, or wildlife watching, you understand the important role the outdoors plays in our lives.
Let nature be your legacy by pairing the Wildlife Heritage License with a Collectible License Card. The hard card shows everyone that you are investing in Alabama's future conservation efforts.
Collectible Hard Card Eligible Privileges
A total of 32 license privileges are eligible for purchase as a hard card, including annual hunting and fishing licenses for residents and non-residents, state duck stamp, Wildlife Heritage and bait privilege licenses.
Trip licenses, lifetime licenses, and no-cost privileges are not included in this feature.
Wildlife Heritage License holders also enjoy other benefits:
- Hunt all small game, except waterfowl, on any of Alabama's Wildlife Management Areas, Waterfowl Refuges and Community Hunting Areas (free WMA map permit required).
- Shoot on any of ADCNR's public shooting ranges or archery parks.
- Fish at any of the 20 state-owned public fishing lakes (daily permit still required).
- Freshwater fish with a hook and line from the bank in public waters in all 67 counties.