There’s no season like deer season, and this year hunters in Alabama have the potential to bring home more than just their wild game.
Kacy Noland called the only turkey hunting trip she was able to take this year her “most memorable” ever.
The season runs from March 15 until April 30 – except for certain countries across the state, when the season is April 1 – 30.
Gracie’s photo earned more than 400 “likes” on the ALBBAA’s Facebook page in the contest that ran throughout Alabama’s 2016-17 deer season…
Hunters, it’s time to enter your photos of deer taken in the Alabama Black Belt region this season for a chance to win a prize.
If you know a student who has a passion for the outdoors and a desire for a college degree from a great school, check out the University of Montevallo’s President’s Outdoor Scholars Program.
If you’re traveling on Alabama Highway 110 between Montgomery and Union Springs, you might want to do yourself a favor and check out Bishop’s Barbeque in the historic John E. Hall General Store.
Crooked Oaks Lodge, owned by legendary Auburn University football coach Pat Dye, is an Alabama Black Belt Adventures Association partner and a great place for quail, deer and turkey hunters.
Dove season in the Black Belt (except for Barbour County) begins Sept. 10 and runs through Oct. 30, then from Dec. 8-Jan. 15.
Alabamians have a chance on Nov. 8 to ensure all the funds earned at the parks will stay with the parks.
Dylan Bonds of Hurtsboro captured the 2016 Alabama Black Belt Adventures Big Gobbler Photo Contest top prize as the grand finale to his first season ever hunting the elusive bird.
The Alabama Black Belt Adventures Association Big Gobbler Photo Contest is nearing the halfway point as the entry deadline is May 6.
Dannah Dawson, a 12-year-old from Union Springs, scored a big buck in Bullock County on the first day of the 2015-16 hunting season.
Hundreds of hunters, anglers and lovers of the outdoors have chosen Alabama as a vacation destination thanks to the partnership shared by the Retirement Systems of Alabama and Dr. David…..
The Alabama Black Belt Adventures Association has awarded a $1,500 continuing education grant to Ann Sparks, executive director of Main Street Eufaula, Inc., to enable her to attend the…..
Deer season in Alabama wraps up on Wednesday, Feb. 10, but there’s still time to get an entry in to the Alabama Black Belt Adventures Association Big Buck Photo Contest. Deadline for the annual…..
The Alabama Forever Wild Land Trust board of trustees will hold its fourth quarterly meeting for 2015 on Dec. 10 at the Five Rivers Delta Resource Center in Spanish Fort, beginning at 10 a.m.
After you get that fine buck in the Alabama Black Belt, make sure you enter our annual Alabama Black Belt Adventures Association Big Buck Photo Contest on our Facebook page.
Deer season is under way for the next three months or so and the Alabama Black Belt is the perfect spot to visit for that hunt of a lifetime.
Teams from 14 states and Canada converge on the Great Southern Outdoors Wildlife Plantation in Union Springs from Dec. 1-10 for the World Champion Bow Hunter competition.
John Hall & Company recently announced they have been hired to market and sell Old Spring Hill Plantation in Eufaula.
Three youth deer hunts are scheduled for the Fred T. Stimpson Community Hunting Area in Clarke County this fall and online registration is now open.
Several Alabama Black Belt lodges are members of the Alabama Quail Trail, a “collection of individuals, private business and conservation organizations that are passionate about quail and quail…..
The Black Belt Community Foundation honored three of its BBCF Heroes at a fundraiser at Birmingham’s Harbert Center on Oct. 22.
This year is the 50th anniversary of the creation of the Westervelt wildlife management program, aimed at improving wildlife populations and hunting quality on company-owned lands – including…..