With all the fishing friends I have, it’s not surprising my Facebook page is awash with red right now, as in red snapper.
The Cramton Bowl Multiplex was teeming with teenagers and sporadically filled with an odd-sounding staccato of popping noises recently.
It’s obvious to Chris Blankenship, director of the Alabama Marine Resources Division, that recreational fishing surveys conducted by the federal government are unable to provide accurate data on the red snapper catch off Alabama.
Now that the 2013-2014 white-tailed deer season is a wrap, Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division Director Chuck Sykes has some impressions of the season, which featured a few changes and plenty of cold weather.
Better hurry up if you want to catch the amazing flight of soaring bald eagles in north Alabama through the Lake Guntersville State Park’s Eagle Awareness program.
With the coldest temperatures in decades forecast for the three-day hunt, participants in the Buckmasters Life Classic Hunt never wavered.
Acknowledging that the correct action is not always the popular choice when wild animals are involved, Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF) officials said the division will always give public safety immediate precedence.
As we gather around the campfire and fireplace during this holiday season, J.R. Dunsmore has a cautionary tale to share about white-tailed deer as pets.