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Active Duty Military

Beginning on August 1, 2004, U.S. military personnel and certain family members (more information) stationed in Alabama on active duty are deemed residents for the purpose of purchasing a hunting license, freshwater fishing license or saltwater fishing license. Proof of active military status must be shown when purchasing a license.  Residency status is granted to In addition, residents of Alabama who are on leave from active military duty may hunt or fish without purchasing a license. For example, an Alabama resident who is a member of the Armed Forces and stationed in another state returns to Alabama for leave. He or she does not have to purchase a license to hunt or fish while on leave in Alabama. All persons born in Alabama after August 1, 1977, are required to obtain hunter education certification before they purchase a hunting license. The new law exempts the following from that requirement: active duty U.S. military personnel, Alabama residents who are active members of the National Guard, and Alabama certified law enforcement personnel who are employed by a law enforcement agency. Proof of this status must be shown to be exempt from the hunter education requirement.

Disabled Veterans

50% DISABLED MILITARY VETERAN’S APPRECIATION HUNTING Valid: Sept 1 – Aug 31 Resident Alabama Game, Fish and Wildlife Law; Article 2; beginning with 9/11/44.

PRIVILEGE:

  • Allows qualified disabled military veteran to hunt in Alabama.
  • License purchase includes privileges of the Wildlife Heritage License.

RESTRICTIONS: Applicant must show certification from Veteran’s Administration showing a disability of 50% or more. COST: $13.40 HOW TO PURCHASE YOUR LICENSE:

  • Visit your local Probate Office or License Commissioner
  • Visit the Montgomery Office (64 North Union St., Ste. 567, Montgomery, AL 36104)

Mail a completed application (download at www.outdooralabama.com/licenses) to:

Dept. of Conservation, Wildlife & Freshwater Fisheries Attn: License Sales PO Box 301456, Montgomery, AL 36130-1456 64 N Union St., Ste. 567, Montgomery, AL 36104 (overnight/express)

100% DISABLED MILITARY VETERAN’S APPRECIATION HUNTING LICENSE Valid: Sept 1 – Aug 31 Resident Alabama Game, Fish and Wildlife Law ; Article 2; beginning with 9/11/44.

PRIVILEGE:

  • Allows qualified permanently disabled military veteran to hunt in Alabama.
  • License purchase includes privileges of the Wildlife Heritage License.

RESTRICTIONS: Applicant must show certification from Veteran’s Administration showing a disability of 100%.. COST: $3.05 HOW TO PURCHASE YOUR LICENSE:

  • Visit your local Probate Office or License Commissioner
  • Visit the Montgomery Office (64 North Union St., Ste. 567, Montgomery, AL 36104)

Mail a completed application (download at www.outdooralabama.com/licenses) to:

Dept. of Conservation, Wildlife & Freshwater Fisheries Attn: License Sales PO Box 301456, Montgomery, AL 36130-1456 64 N Union St., Ste. 567, Montgomery, AL 36104 (overnight/express) Special Disabled Archery Permit A person must have a permanent physical impairment that prevents them from being able to draw or hold a bow with a minimum peak tension of 35 pounds. This permit would allow a person to utilize a device that will hold a long bow, recurve bow or compound bow at full draw. State Parks to Honor Veterans by Offering Free Admission Contact: State Parks 1-800-ALA-PARK Montgomery, Ala. – On National Veterans Day, Monday, November 12, 2007 all Alabama State Parks will waive park entrance fees for all veterans as a way of honoring all living Americans who served their country in a branch of the U.S. Military. Anyone who indicates they are a veteran will be admitted into the park day use areas without charge on Monday only. No identification will be required.

Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Commissioner M. Barnett Lawley said, “This is just a small tribute to those who have helped give us the freedom to enjoy our way of life.”

The 22 Alabama State Parks are located across Alabama, from the mountain ranges of the north to the pristine waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Par offerings include comfortable accommodations, camping, golfing, fishing, boating, hiking and biking, swimming, and much more. Alabama State Parks charge day use permits or park entrance fees to enter day use or picnic areas in 15 of the 22 state parks. The revenue from the fees is used to pay the cost of park operation. The fees range from $ .50 to $1.00 for senior citizens age 62 and older, disabled persons and children age 6 to 12. The fees for adults, age 13 and above, range from 1.00 to 3.00. The fees are based on the available facilities located in the various parks. Visit www.alapark.com for fees, hours of operation, facilities and activities, and more information. The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources promotes wise stewardship, management and enjoyment of Alabama’s natural resources through five divisions: Marine Police, Marine Resources, State Lands, State Parks, and Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries. To learn more about ADCNR, visit www.outdooralabama.com.

License Information

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