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Alabama Wildlife Management Areas offer opportunities for hunters, anglers, birders, campers, hikers and others who take advantage of the public lands. The WMAs are managed by the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. (Photo: ADCNR)

The Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF) will host a series of Wildlife Management Area (WMA) listening sessions across the state this winter. The listening sessions will focus on the history of Alabama’s WMA system, how it is funded, habitat management efforts, future plans and ongoing research. WFF staff will also answer attendees’ questions.

“It’s important for hunters and others who utilize the state WMA system to understand how our WMAs operate and our management objectives,” said Keith Gauldin, WFF Wildlife Section Chief. “It is equally important for us to listen to the ideas and concerns of those hunters.”

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