The types of hunting licenses available in Alabama include the general hunting license, the physically disabled hunting license, the wildlife heritage license and the wildlife management area license. Other licenses include the commercial fowl hunting reserve license and the fur catchers' license.
The state of Alabama issues general hunting licenses for all game or some game, and for yearly and 7-day periods. All-game hunting licenses are valid for all legal game, including turkey and deer. To obtain the physically disabled hunting license, an individual must present a certificate of permanent disability benefit to the license commissioner office. A wildlife heritage license allows Alabama residents to fish in freshwater catchment areas and lakes, hunt small game and support wildlife.