State Rep. Randy Davis (R – Daphne), co-chair of the bipartisan Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus, will join with officials from the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, as well as representatives of hunting and fishing organizations, during a news conference on Wednesday, September 26, to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Wildlife Restoration Act, which dedicates federal excise taxes on hunting arms and ammunition to pay for wildlife management by the states.
The news conference will take place at 10 a.m. in the House Chamber on the fifth floor of the Alabama State House, located at 11 South Union Street.
Among the groups scheduled to be represented at the event are the Alabama Department of Conservation, Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division; Alabama Bass Federation Nation; Alabama Chapter, Ducks Unlimited; Alabama Chapter, Quail Unlimited; Alabama Chapter, National Wild Turkey Federation; Alabama Dog Hunters Association; Alabama Quail Hunters Association; Alabama Wildlife Federation; Bow Hunters of Alabama; Coastal Conservation Association; East Alabama Rabbit Hunters; Hunting Heritage Foundation/H.U.N.T. Alabama; Mobile Bass Anglers Association; National Rifle Association; and Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.
Logo courtesy Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources