Bobcat, Fox, Mink, Muskrat, Otter & Striped Skunk

- Trapping Season: October 28 to February 29

 

Beaver, Coyote, Nutria, Feral Swine, Raccoon, and Opossum

- No Closed Season

 

Note:

- Local district office permits available for trapping nuisance furbearers outside designated trapping season dates

 

Additional Opportunities:

  • WFF (Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries) has partnered with AL Trappers and Predator Control Assoc., The Safari Club, and USDA Wildlife Services to organize adult and youth trapping workshops statewide.
  • Visit Outdoor Alabama for workshop dates and locations.

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