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Coosa WMA/Double Bridges

One of the five “birdiest” sites visited in this region. Many bird species not detected at any other site were found here — songbirds, raptors, and game birds.  A colony of Red-Cockaded Woodpeckers resides here. The trail is being tended and lengthened. It is currently approximately 3 miles long, for a 6-mile hike in and out.

Directions: From intersection of AL 22 and US 231, travel south 8.1 miles on AL 22 to CR 29/Kelly’s Crossroads. Turn right and drive 1.8 miles. Cross bridge and take immediate left.

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