http://outdoorsalabama.com/hunting/seas ... 202008.pdf
Special Teal: September 8-23 – 4 a day – 8 in possession:
Special Canada Goose season: September 1-15 – 5 Canada Geese a day – 10 in possession.
Special Snow/Blue Goose Season – November 3-16 ONLY in Escambia and Monroe Counties - 5 Snow/Blue – 10 in possession
DUCK, COOT AND MERGANSER November 23-24 and December 1-January 27
GOOSE SJBP Zone – For Canada geese in that portion of Limestone County south of U.S. Hwy. 72; that portion of Morgan County east of U.S. 31, north of State Hwy. 36, and west of U.S. 231; and that portion of Madison County south of Swancott Road and west of Triana Road – December 9-January 27.
For other geese in the SJBP Zone and remainder of State – September 29- October 10 and December 1- January 27
6 ducks a day and may include no more than 4 Mallards (no more than 2 of which may be a female), 2 Wood Ducks, 3 Mottled Ducks, 1 Black Duck, 2 Redhead, 1 Pintail, 2 Canvasback and 2 Scaup. The possession limit is twice the daily bag limit.
5 a day, only 2 may be a Hooded Merganser. The
possession limit is twice the daily bag limit.
COOT 15 a day – 30 in possession
GOOSE The bag limit of 5 shall not include more than 2 Canada Geese or 2 White-Fronted Geese. The possession limit of 5 shall include no more than 4 Canada Geese and White-Fronted Geese in aggregate. No Canada Geese may be harvested in the SJBP Zone prior to December 9.
Time for Hunting Duck, Coot, Merganser, and Goose:
In the area north of Battleship Parkway, west of Alabama Highway 225, south of CSX Railroad tracks, and east of the west bank of the Mobile River: Monday through Thursday shooting hours shall be one-half hour before sunrise to 12:00 noon; and, Friday through Sunday shooting hours shall be one-half hour before sunrise to sunset. Remainder of the state: Shooting hours shall be one-half hour before sunrise to sunset each day.
Special Youth Waterfowl Hunting Days will be on February 9-10, 2008. The regular waterfowl season shooting hours, bag limits, and legal arms and ammunitions apply to the special days. Individuals must follow the listed rules to participate in the scheduled youth waterfowl hunts:
(1) Up to two (2) youth participants must be accompanied by an adult supervisor. The adult supervisor, who may not hunt, is to remain within arm’s length of the youth at all times.
(2) Youth is defined as those individuals who have not reached their sixteenth birthday.
(3) Adult is defined as those individuals twenty-five years old or older or the parent of the youth who are in possession of all state hunting licenses and state and federal waterfowl stamps that are required to hunt waterfowl. Possession of the mandatory hunting licenses and stamps is required.
(4) Only one firearm will be allowed per youth. Only the youth hunters will be permitted to utilize the firearm for hunting. The adult is expected to review with each youth the rules of firearm safety and hunter ethics and to ensure they are followed.