Tarva is a wildlife-rich property with an abundance of diversity, and these lands provide some of the south’s most prolific bird hunting opportunities. Having undergone a habitat revitalization project in recent years, Tarva’s wild quail numbers have exploded to impressive levels. There are a total of nine quail courses.
2022 6.8 coveys seen per hour 243 quail harvested
2021 6.1 coveys seen per hour ~250 quail harvested (data lost)
2020 5.4 coveys seen per hour 285 quail harvested
Arguably some of the south’s best dove fields, Tarva has two barnburner fields that are 30± acres and 7± acres in size, equipped with faux powerlines.
This area of Georgia is known to produce strong whitetail deer genetics, and an owner can expect to routinely harvest 150 to 160 class whitetail deer.
Turkeys are abundant, and the Cooleewahee Creek and many natural cypress ponds provide sporty wood duck shooting.
Tarva’s wildlife-rich diversity creates fun and dynamic days in the field that stretches the annual use of this property out across all hunting seasons.