Hunting? There’s An App For That

The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources has debuted its first official mobile app for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.

The app, Outdoor Alabama, can be downloaded for free from the Apple iTunes store and features a variety of useful tools and information for outdoor enthusiasts.

Features include the ability to purchase an Alabama hunting or fishing license, report deer and turkey kills on the ADCNR website, wildlife regulations, fish identification, a personalized trophy area to share photos with friends, and a “Near Me” mapping feature to locate state Wildlife Management Areas.

“The Outdoor Alabama app was developed with hunters, anglers, and other outdoor enthusiasts in mind,” said N. Gunter Guy, Jr., ADCNR Commissioner. “This app gives them access to the state’s best outdoor adventures via their smartphone. We encourage everyone to explore this app and share their outdoor experiences with other users.”

Currently there is no Android version of the Outdoor Alabama app. Version 1.0 can be found by searching for “Outdoor Alabama” in the Apple iTunes app store.

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