Hunting Land in Alabama
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Being rich in a diversity of wildlife species, Alabama land hosts a vast collection of harvestable species such as, whitetail deer, eastern wild turkey (turks), small game (squirrels, raccoons, rabbits), waterfowl (geese, wood ducks, snipe, etc.), and yes even sandhill cranes. In addition to liberal bag limits and a later deer season ending in February, Rayonier’s land base of approximately 225,700 acres is located in close proximity to popular hunting areas like Conecuh National Forest, Poarch Creek Reservation, and Fort Rucker, to name a few.