Tuskegee National Forest


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Tuskegee National Forest

Address:125 National Forest Rd 949
Tuskegee, AL 36083

Phone:334-727-2652
Web: www.fs.fed.us/r8/alabama
Size: 11,252 acres.
Location:East-central Alabama. Accessible by US 29 and 80; AL 81. Nearby cities/towns include Auburn and Tuskegee.
Facilities:Hunter camps, dispersed camping, picnic sites, trails, shooting range.
Activities:Camping, hunting, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, bicycling.
Special Features:Taska Recreation Area, with log cabin replica of Booker T. Washington's birthplace; Tsinia Wildlife Viewing Area, with trails, viewing blind, and observation tower; an 8.5-mile section of Bartram Trail, a National Recreation Trail.

See other parks in Alabama.
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The project will focus on areas around Fort Benning and Tuskegee National Forest and improve habitat for several threatened species.
Traps were deployed in a randomized complete block design in Tuskegee National Forest, Macon County in Alabama (N 32[degrees] 29' 19" W 085[degrees] 35' 39") from 14-22-Apr-2012.
Mean ([+ or -] SE) ambrosia beetle adults collected with traps baited with ethanol alone, ethanol plus conophthorin, and ethanol, conophthorin, plus green LED lights (525 nm).Traps were deployed from 14-22-Apr-2012 in Tuskegee National Forest, Alabama, USA.
At the same time, the worn-out land was slowly transformed into what is today the Tuskegee National Forest. Pasquill, the Heritage Program Manager for the Alabama National Forests, chronicles the course of the resettlement from 1935, until the beginning of the 20th century.
If the fees are beyond a starving student's income, he or she can always hunt on the spacious Barbour County Management Area or the Tuskegee National Forest, both of which are located less than 15 miles from the campus.
Traps were deployed in a randomized complete block design in Tuskegee National Forest, Macon County, Alabama (N 32[degrees] 29' 19" W 85[degrees] 35' 39") from 12 Jun to 6 Jul 2011.
Traps were arranged in randomized complete blocks in Tuskegee National Forest. The field test was conducted from 12 Jun to 6 Jul 2011.
Number (mean [+ or -] SE) of Scolytinae adults collected with bottle traps baited with various ratios of ethanol to methanol (100:0, 75:25, 50:50, 25:75, 0:100) deployed from Jun to Jul 2011 in Tuskegee National Forest, Alabama, USA.
Gooder will oversee 665,000 acres, including the Bankhead, Conecuh, Talladega, and Tuskegee national forests. Jim Furnish, to deputy chief of the national forest system.