THE ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION AND NATURAL RESOURCES HAS ANNOUNCED A LARGE ADDITION TO THE GENEVA STATE FOREST.
A STATE SPOKESMAN SAYS THE 36-HUNDED ACRES ALONG THE GENEVA-COVINGTON COUNTY LINE IS A SIGNIFICANT ECOLOGICAL RESOURCE... AND HOME TO A NUMBER OF ENDANGERED SPECIES.
IT'S ALSO AN AREA THAT SERVES AS A CORRIDOR FOR MIGRATORY BIRDS.
THE LAND WAS PURCHASED FROM AN ANDALUSIA-BASED TIMBER COMPANY.
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