Johns Mountain Wildlife Management Area Trails Topo Map

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The Johns Mountain Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is a 24,589-acre tract of land within the Chattahoochee National Forest. The WMA is located in the unique Ridge and Valley physiographic province, which terminates just to the west in Alabama. This trail has much to offer, including opportunities for wildlife viewing and photography, songbirds and waterfowl, nesting Canada geese, an active beaver dam, and wildflowers spring through fall. Eighteen marked points on the trail are interpreted in a brochure available in the District Office. The wide, easy-to-follow path begins at the corner of the parking area. You can look down on one of the old fish hatchery ponds as you begin walking through an open area to the first interpretive sign, with information about waterfowl and wading birds (the Canada geese nest in April).The next stop is at a platform overlooking a small pond.
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Lafayette, Georgia

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