Research and Management
Aquatic Biodiversity Center - The Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center is the largest state non-game recovery program of its kind in the United States; its mission is to promote the conservation and restoration of rare freshwater species in Alabama waters, which will in turn restore cleaner water to Alabama's streams.
AL Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Strategy - This CWCS defines those wildlife species in greatest need of conservation in Alabama and describes the actions necessary for their restoration. It is through this tool that we have the opportunity to work with conservation partners and the greater public to best utilize available resources to ensure that declining species are restored and common species remain common.
Landowner Assistance Programs - Landowner Assistance Programs
Wetlands Reserve Program - Administered by USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service, the WRP provides eligible landowners the technical and financial assistance they need to address wetland, wildlife habitat, soil, water and related natural resource concerns on private agricultural land.
Studies of Listed Species - Section 6 Projects - Alabama Section 6 Projects, Species of Special Concern
Alabama Clean Waters Initiative - We all love Alabama’s waters. And it’s up to all of us to preserve the quality of this vital natural resource. In light of this, we’ve developed the Alabama Clean Waters Initiative.
Prohibited Animal Possession - Regulations about prohibited possession of certain animals.
State Wildlife Grants - State Wildlife Grants (SWG) are a new funding source from Congress to the Division of Wildlife & Freshwater Fisheries intended to identify and focus management on “species in greatest need of conservation.”
Sport Fish Restoration - For more than 50 years, the Sport Fish Restoration fund has used money from anglers to improve habitat and fishery resources throughout the nation.
Hatcheries - Freshwater fish stocking and hatchery activities in Alabama.