Stoneville Wildlife Management Area Updated:12/2012

Stoneville Wildlife Management Area (WMA), in the North Delta region of Mississippi, is a 2,500-acre parcel located in Washington County, approximately five miles north of Leland.  Stoneville WMA is owned by Mississippi State University and is located on the Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Delta Branch Experiment Station in Stoneville.  This area is dominated by bottomland hardwood stands of varying age classes with some mature timber stands scattered throughout the area. Approximately one half of Stoneville WMA's timber had to be regenerated due to ice storm damage in the mid 1990s.  Because of the thick cover and food availability provided by this extensive regeneration, deer habitat is excellent and the deer herd on Stoneville WMA is in very good condition.  Deer hunting is allowed with archery or primitive weapons throughout the entire deer season.

Directions:
Go northeast of Leland 2.5 miles on Old Leland Road, turn on Feather Farm Road go 2 miles to WMA.


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Contact Stoneville Wildlife Management Area

Roger Tankesly
Manager
Leland, MS  38756
Phone: (662) 453-5409

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