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POSTED: October 27, 2017 2:00 p.m.
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Ossabaw Island Heritage preserve

Ossabaw Island Heritage Preserve — Amenities: 9000 acres. Hunting, camping, interpretive trail, fishing, hiking, bird watching. Note: Boat access only. Hunters are required to furnish their own transportation; limited docking space is available; some boats may have to stream anchor; hunter access allowed only at Newell Creek on south end of island; absolutely no other access is permitted. Hunters may check-in at 9 a.m. one day prior to the hunt; camps must be removed by noon on the day following the hunt; no motorized vehicles or bicycles allowed; only permitted activities allowed; hunters are required to pack out all trash. Mail Adult/Child deer (by Sept. 10) hunt application letters to Wildlife Resources Division, Game Management, One Conservation Way, Brunswick, GA 31520. Apply by letter to same address for special hog hunts by Dec. 1. Hog hunt applications should include the same information required for quota deer hunts. List hunt dates in priority order. Party limited to 5 persons. Limited cooler space may be available during special hog hunts. Wildlife: Deer and Feral Hog. Located Liberty and Bryan Counties. Directions: Access only by boat; nearest ramp is at Ft. McAllister State Park, approximately 9 miles east of Richmond Hill.

Richmond Hill WMA

Richmond Hill WMA — Things To Do: 7400 acres. Hunting, boat ramp, fishing, firearms shooting range, field trail access, interpretive trail, hiking and bird watching. Located in Liberty and Bryan Counties. Directions From Richmond Hill: Take Hwy. 144 east to Oak Level Rd. or Kilkenny Rd. and follow signs.


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