The site in south-central Georgia has about 60 ponds covering 525 acres and is primarily managed for fishing.

Ornithological Summary

Because of the ponds and fish, many water birds and raptors come here to feed and to overwinter, inlcuding wood storks and other waders that utilize the drying ponds in late summer after nesting season. As many of the ponds are placed out of use or drained for renovations, restocking, etc., they also become good sites for ducks during the winter months.

Sighting Source Key: 1=published reports,; 2=surveys (CBC; BBS; etc.); 3=personal observations; 4=other sources (specify)

Land Use

Fishing is an important land use of the area.

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