Albany Nursery Wildlife Management Area

Quick Facts

Albany Nursery Wildlife Management Area


(229) 430-4254

Map Directions

Things To Do



Albany Nursery WMA is located in the Upper Coastal Plain in an area of the State known for its large quail plantations. Traditionally an agricultural area, the WMA has a mixture of fields and forest that appeals to a wide variety of wildlife species.

Map of Albany Nursery Wildlife Management Area (GA)

Latitude, Longitude: 31.592025, -84.343028



  • Hiking

    The wildlife trail forms a two mile loop through a mature lowland hardwood forest that provides drainage for nearby upland areas. The trail winds under a large hardwood canopy with scattered large pines and follows the edge of a forested wetland that often holds water during the late winter and early spring months. It then circles a stand of mature pines where management using prescribed burning is demonstrated. A number of wildlife management principles are exhibited on the trail.

  • Hunting

    Deer, turkey, small game, dove and waterfowl. Contact Georgia DNR for more information, regulations and seasons.



From Albany, take GA Hwy. 234 (Gillionville Hwy.) west 11 miles. Turn right on Tallahassee Road, and go 1.2 miles to entrance marked by Wildlife Resources Division sign. Parking area and start of trail are just inside entrance.

Phone Numbers


(229) 430-4254