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The Red Hills Complex
Location: Monroe County
The Red Hills Complex is made up of 2 different tracts totaling 4,295 acres. It is located in Monroe County and consists of a wet ravine and upland pine forest site that includes a mix of natural coastal plain habitats and pine-plantation forest situated between drainages of the Alabama River along Beaver and Tallahatchee Creek. This complex provides crucial habitat for the federally listed red hills salamander, and many other rare species of plants and animals occupying these habitats. This complex also offers recreation opportunities like hunting and bird watching. The Red Hills complex was purchased in partnership with the Alabama Chapter of The Nature Conservancy, and through financial assistance from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Endangered Species grant program.
The Management Objectives of the complex is habitat conservation, recreational hunting, scientific research and education.
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