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    Snake safety

    CULLMAN, Ala. - The fear of snakes, or ophidiophobia, is one of the most common phobias among humans. There is a debate in the...

    Alabama Bait Bill becomes law

    MONTGOMERY, Ala.- Hunters in Alabama can now hunt white-tailed deer (when in season) and feral pigs with the aid of bait on privately owned...

    WFF Enforcement K9 Unit a different breed

    One turkey hunter was extremely grateful that the Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF) Law Enforcement Section has a K9 unit, although there is...

    Black bear struck by vehicle on U.S. 278 in Brooksville

    Brooksville resident Jamie Pettit, who helped state wildlife officials load the bear for transport, shows the size of its paw. (Photo courtesy Jamie Pettit) BROOKSVILLE...

    From Cheaha to Meaher, state parks diversity abounds

    Cheaha State Park's Callie Thornton takes in the vista at Bald Rock. (Photo by David Rainer) By David Rainer, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural...

    Outdoor Alabama photo contest now open

    This ruby-throated hummingbird photo taken by Jim Flynn placed in a previous Outdoor Alabama Photo Contest. MONTGOMERY - The Outdoor Alabama Photo Contest is now...

    Black bear sightings continue to increase

    Photo by Billy Pope, ADCNR Add Jackson, Limestone, Marshall, Morgan and St. Clair counties to the growing list of black bear sightings in Alabama in...

    COLUMN: Disease-carrying ticks widespread across Alabama

    The collection of ticks using sticky tape shows the abundance of ticks in certain areas in Alabama. (Emily Merritt) As a turkey hunter, I am...

    Ever seen a black bear in Alabama? You might soon

    Black bears in Alabama are being studied by using DNA collection devices, like barbed wire around a bait, as well as collaring adult bears....

    2018 Alabama Waterfowl Stamp art contest opens Dec. 11

    The 2018-19 Alabama Waterfowl Stamp art contest winning entry, the Green-Winged Teal, by John Denney of Alexander City. / www.outdooralabama.com  MONTGOMERY - Alabama artists...

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