The Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF) wants you to be prepared for the upcoming hunting season. The best way to do this is to attend a Game Check Seminars this summer.
WFF Director Chuck Sykes will host the seminars, which include an overview of the Game Check program followed by a question-and-answer session.
• How to check your game
• Why the data is important
• What it means to you, the hunter
• Changes to the upcoming hunting season
Alabama is one of only three states without a mandatory data collection system. After three years of insufficient reporting into a voluntary program, Alabama’s Conservation Advisory Board has recommended mandatory reporting of deer and turkey harvests via Game Check starting with the 2016-17 hunting season.
To view the complete Game Check seminar visit OutdoorAlabama.com/game-check-seminar-series or call WFF at (334) 242-3465.
More seminars may be added.