Redlands Wildlife Management Area
Redlands Wildlife Management Area (WMA) encompasses 37,500 acres of U.S. Forest Service property and 606 acres of land leased from the University of Georgia, Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources. Redlands WMA consists of mixture of habitat types, predominantly dominated by upland mixed pine/hardwood forest. It is divided into several different sized tracts in Greene, Oglethorpe, Morgan, and Oconee Counties. The main hunting opportunities are: deer, turkey, squirrel, and raccoon as well as some rabbit and waterfowl.