Instructions for Disabled Hunters
An application to participate in the deer hunts on the Hunting Trail for People with Physical Disabilities for the 2013-2014 hunting season is enclosed.
An Applicant's Statement must be completed each year. Complete the Applicant’s Statement portion of the enclosed form and submit it along with a completed Physician’s Certification to: Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Wildlife Section, 64 North Union Street, Suite 584, Montgomery, AL36130. A Physician's Certification that has been completed within the past three years may be used; however, it is the applicant's responsibility to provide a copy or the original. If three years have passed since the physician signed the certificate, your physician must complete a new certificate. Your physician must use the form provided.
After determining the applicant is qualified, a Certificate of Qualification will be returned to each qualified applicant along with maps, directions to sites, and instructions for making your hunting reservations.
To participate in one of the hunts, each individual must call in advance to receive a hunting date. When you arrive at the area checking station on your reserved hunting date, you must have the following:
1. Certificate of Qualification
2. Valid Alabama Hunting License
You will then need to read and follow the instructions at the station.
If you require assistance to hunt, it will be your responsibility to provide the assistance. Both you and the assistant must wear the required hunter orange but only you will be allowed to hunt.
We will begin mailing the Certificates of Qualification in the first week of October. We appreciate your interest and support of our program. Good luck in the 2013-2014 hunting season.
Gary H. Moody