Tombigbee National Forest


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Tombigbee National Forest

Address:PO Box 912
Hwy 15 S
Ackerman, MS 39735

Phone:601-285-3264
Fax:601-285-3608
Web: www.fs.fed.us/r8/mississippi/tombigbee
Size: 66,662 acres.
Location:Northeastern Mississippi. Accessible by US 82; MS 12, 15, 25, 32, and 41. Nearby cities/towns include Ackerman, Houston, Starkville, and Tupelo.
Facilities:2 campgrounds, picnic sites, trails, boat ramps, scenic drives.
Activities:Camping, hunting, fishing, boating, swimming, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, ORV riding.
Special Features:Upper Coastal Plain pine and hardwood forests; prehistoric Mississippian-period mounds at Owl Creek; 26-mile Noxubee Crest Bike Trail; Davis and Choctaw lakes.

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2010 (spring) at Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge (NNWR; 19,425 ha), Tombigbee National Forest (TNF; 26,942 ha), and Legion State Park (LSP; 175 ha), Mississippi, USA (Fig.
Northeast Mississippi's Tombigbee National Forest is home to 67,000 acres of rolling hills, pine and hardwood forests, Choctaw Lake, and 29 miles of popular biking trails.
Pollock; Winston County, Tombigbee National Forest, 33[degrees]0'20"N, 89[degrees]03'55"W, 10-V-1999, T.
In the mean-time, this article presents a compilation of collected or sight records from three locations sampled during the 2003-04 flight seasons: Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge (NNWR), Strawberry Plains Audubon Center (SPAC), and Tombigbee National Forest (TNF).
For public-land buck hunting in the Black Belt, the 47,000-acre Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge and the nearby 40,000-acre Ackerman Unit of the Tombigbee National Forest are best.
Located in Tombigbee National Forest, the Witch Dance Horse Trail features 15 miles of nature-filled trails designed specifically for horseback riders.
The second record was taken 24 September 2004 from a beaver wetland complex (N 33[degrees]13.814', W 89[degrees] 03.726') in the Tombigbee National Forest, Winston Co., east-central Mississippi.
Subsequently, pitfall traps in a prairie remnant of the Tombigbee National Forest (Trace Unit) in Chickasaw County yielded 48 individuals of P.
Three additional populations were observed in Chickasaw County within the Tombigbee National Forest.