Sunday, August 29, 2010

Hunting Preserve Now Open Near Quail Run

A new and exciting feature is close at hand for residents of Quail Run, a community of new homes in West Point Ga., Twisted Pine Hunting Preserve is complete and almost ready to open. It's first day of business will be September 4th, the first day of dove season.

With over 2,100 acres of pristine hunting land in east central Alabama and western Georgia, Twisted Pine is sure to become a hunters’ mecca in the Southeast. The preserve is split into two properties, one which is 1,700 acres in Chambers County for deer and turkey hunts, and a 45-acre field in Harris County for dove hunts.

The preserve is managed by Kyle Farner, a livelong hunter with a degree in Fishery, Wildlife and Conservation Biology from Colorado State University. Kyle oversees the operations of the reserve, which include controlled burns, supplemental feed, mineral stations, food plots, predator control and selective harvests, to ensure ideal hunting conditions as well as mature bucks, turkeys and dove.

Riverside Estates and Quail Run are both conveniently located to Twisted Pine Hunting Preserve. Quail Run is a master-planned community with terrific amenities, and Riverside Estates is a beautiful golf-course community. For more information on either of these communities, visit the Greater Valley Group website.

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