June 17, 2017 - 8:00pm to 9:00pm

Events In & Around DeSoto State Park

Campfire Talk: White Tailed Deer Management and other Alabama State Park Projects
White-tailed Deer are some of the most familiar and recognizable animals in Alabama. They are common sights along roadsides, in fields, and even in some backyards throughout the state. Deer are common residents of most rural parts of Alabama, as well as many of the urban and suburban areas of the state. In several of Alabama State Parks, studies are conducted to learn about the health of the herd and other factors that help in maintaining healthy deer and other wildlife.
Join Forrest Bailey from DCNR’s Natural Resources division for a campfire talk on the management of White-tailed Deer, Canadian Geese, the use of prescribed fire, and more ongoing projects in Alabama State Parks. 
Date: Saturday, June 17, 2017 
Time: 8:00-9:00 pm
Where: DeSoto State Park in Fort Payne, Alabama-Campfire Ring in the Improved Campground
Fee: Free and open to everyone. Campground gate will open 30 minutes before program. For more details, call 256.997.5025 or email