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Youth Deer And Waterfowl Hunt Dates Announced
DCNR has announced the youth deer and duck hunt schedules at the M. Barnett Lawley Forever Wild Field Trial Area in Hale County. The hunts will take place in late November 2017 through January 2018. Registration is open for those hunts. Hunters will be selected by a computerized, random draw.

Registration is only available to parents or adults who are at least 21 years old and have a Conservation ID (CID) number. A hunting license is not required at the time of registration. However, if selected during the random draw, you must have a valid hunting license to accept the hunt permit. If selected for a hunt, you will receive an email requesting you validate/accept the permit. Once the permit is accepted, you will receive an email with the hunt details.

To register for a hunt, visit https://publichunts.dcnr.alabama.gov/Public/AvailableHunts/12.  
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