Deer Management Assistance Program

WFF biologists provide deer related technical assistance to managers on private and public lands, conduct seminars, speak publicly, write articles for professional publications, conduct statewide disease surveillance, and cooperate with Auburn University deer research projects to ensure Alabama's deer resources are managed appropriately. 

In addition to working with private landowners, WFF biologists also provide technical assistance on various local, state, and federal public lands across the state.  Some of the assistance provided to the Wildlife Management Area (WMA) program includes habitat modification recommendations, deer harvest analysis, reproductive health evaluations, population surveys, deer disease surveillance, and regulation recommendations.

Contact Deer Management Assistance Program

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Contact Deer Management Assistance Program

Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries, Wildlife Section
PO Box 305
Northport, Alabama  35476
Phone: (205) 339-5716
Fax: 334 242 3032


Service Area

Statewide Program in:
  • Alabama

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