Habitat Restoration Along the Pearl River

The NWTF and the USDA National Resources Conservation Service enhanced wildlife habitat along the border of the Pearl River and the Cameron Lakes in Mississippi, an area that is part of the NWTF’s Gulf Flats Focal Landscape.

The collaborative project included expanding food plots and widening existing roads to increase transition areas and promote various grasses and forbs that benefit wild turkeys and white-tailed deer.

The project’s total cost was $16,000, of which the NWTF contributed 25 percent of the NRCS’s contribution.

Article Category
Article State