Airtime for Outdoor Alabama TV Show Changed

The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources announces that as of December 27, the airtime for the Outdoor Alabama television show has changed from Friday at 6:30 CST to Tuesday at 6:00 on the Outdoor Channel. The 30-minute show presents Alabama’s abundance of natural resources and recreational opportunities to a nationwide audience of outdoor enthusiasts.

Each show features exciting hunting and fishing experiences in Alabama and also highlights the Department of Conservation’s programs, facilities and activities. The “Did You Know?” segment presents interesting facts and figures about the state’s natural resources. The “Destination Showcase” profiles Alabama State Parks and other sites that can be enjoyed by residents and tourists. The “Conservation Triumph” segment documents the many conservation success stories like the return of the Eastern bluebird, the nesting success of bald eagles and the growing populations of deer and turkey under the expert management of wildlife biologists.

Outdoor Alabama is hosted by an ADCNR employee, Conservation Enforcement Officer Kevin Dodd. The show is sponsored by the Alabama Conservation and Natural Resources Foundation, ALFA Insurance and the Alabama Farmers Federation, Alabama Power, the Alabama Forests Forever Foundation, and the Alabama Bureau of Tourism and Travel.

The first show aired April 2, 2004. Other airtimes are Thursday at 9:00 a.m. and Sunday at 12:30 a.m. If the Outdoor Channel is not available on the local cable system, individuals should call and request it or see their local satellite retailer.

For more information on Outdoor Alabama, click here.