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Fall Line Sandhills Natural Area
Replanting Our Nation’s Forests
Forest OverviewThe Georgia Department of Natural Resources has been tasked with managing more than 870 acres of picturesque forest land in central Georgia known as the Fall Line Sandhills Natural Area. This site contains the largest number of rare, threatened and endangered species among all state owned lands in Georgia. The goal of this spectacular wildlife management area is to manage and restore the land back to its natural state.
Fall Line Sandhills Natural Area Needs Our HelpThis tract of forest is home to at least 17 rare, threatened and endangered species. With your help we can renew habitat for critical species such as the gopher tortoise, Bachman’s Sparrow, northern bobwhite, and striped newt, and restore much needed longleaf pine trees to help sustain nearly 300 acres of vitally important forest land.