Planning To Hunt Dove? TPWD Makes It Easy To Ensure You’re Ready And Legal
Dove hunting season begins tomorrow, September 01, 2020, for the Lubbock area and the majority of Texas. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) wants to make it easy for every hunter to know the rules and regulations that apply to themselves and the areas they plan to hunt.
In a press release about the upcoming dove season, TPWD said,
With a breeding population of about 25 million mourning doves and up to 15 million white-winged doves in Texas, conditions are ripe for a fruitful season. Dove population numbers swell during the hunting season as doves migrate into Texas from other areas in the flyway. With favorable habitat conditions throughout much of the state leading into September, hunters can look forward to a favorable season.
Detailed information on licensing and regulations is available online as well as through the free TPWD App. The department also has a dove hunting checklist, to help each hunter ensure available here.
You may read the entire TPWD press release about the 2020-2021 dove season by clicking here.
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