Wildlife Management Areas
The Barbour Wildlife Management Area is located in Barbour and Bullock counties near Clayton. Barbour WMA is a prime spot for deer, small game and bird hunting.
The David K. Nelson Wildlife Management Area is located in Sumter, Hale, Marengo and Hale counties near Demopolis. Hunters will find plentiful waterfowl as well as deer and small game.
The Fred T. Stimpson Community Hunting Area is near Jackson in Clarke County and is a Youth Deer Hunting area.
Lowndes Wildlife Management Area is near White Hall in Lowndes County. Hunters will find lots of small game and deer here.
The Mulberry Fork Wildlife Management Area is 35,260 acres of WMA land that stretches from Walker County into northeast Tuscaloosa County, located near the Walker County community of Tutwiler. Mulberry Fork WMA is prime territory for deer and small game hunting.