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Quail Forever Acquisition Will Expand Hunting Opportunities

Updated: May 14

Quail Forever’s “Build a Wildlife Area Program” announced earlier this month the acquisition of a 774-acre piece of property on the border of Lee and Sumter counties. The land has been managed for many years by a quail-hunting enthusiast known throughout the state for other reasons.

Legendary high school football coach Mooney Player agreed to sell the property, now officially named Bobwhite Hills Wildlife Management Area, for inclusion in the state’s quail-management program.

read more in this Post & Courier article


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