Twin Oaks is an excellent all-around hunting and fishing property. The landscape diversity at Twin Oaks, and its maturity, offers a wide variety of quality hunting opportunities. The property has several nice hardwood drains running throughout that create lots of edge and transitional habitat for wildlife. Needless to say, the turkey and deer hunting is very good.
With nearly seventy percent of the property in upland pines, a lot of the land is in quintessential South Georgia pine forests that beg for bird dogs to be traversing it. The current owner maintained an active quail-hunting program on Twin Oaks until her age prohibited it. The land still follows several of the best management practices for quail with regular burning, blocking, and maintenance of fallow fields. As a result, in addition to being surrounded by other actively managed plantations, restarting the quail-hunting program would lead to quick results. If an owner wants more quail hunting, there is a very interesting outside opportunity to discuss.
In addition, there are four wildlife fields totaling 50± acres near the main home that are ideal for dove fields. The property also has a gorgeous 12± acre lake providing a quality fishery. The maturity and volume of timber on this property is a big component of why it is such an interesting all-around hunting property.