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Wildlife management tour set for Aug. 7 near MSU
STARKVILLE -- Land owners and property managers can get a firsthand look at the latest land management techniques during a special tour organized by the Mississippi State University Extension Service.
The Golden Triangle Wildlife Management Tour will be Aug. 7 in Clayton Village at a property located on Highway 182 about 200 yards east of the MSU Golf Course. Signs will be posted along the highway. Registration begins at 4:30 p.m. Tours depart at 5:30 p.m. Water will be provided on the tour wagons.
Tour highlights include dove field management, warm and cool season wildlife food plots, wild hog control, native grasses, and deer and turkey habitat management. After the tour, attendees are invited to attend a complimentary supper and tour debriefing.
Preregistration by Aug. 5 is required. For information or to register, contact the Lowndes County Extension office at 662-328-2111 or the Oktibbeha County Extension office at 662-323-5916.