The Alazan Bayou Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is part of Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s (TPWD) public hunting lands. The property is located in southern Nacogdoches County and is within the Pineywoods ecological region of East Texas. The habitat is typically of the region, with the dominate plant community on the area being bottomland hardwood. This habitat type is great for hog hunting, squirrel hunting and waterfowl. The Alazan WMA is located about 6 miles south of Nacogdoches and just 1.1 miles west of US Hwy 59 on FM 2782.
The Alazan WMA totals 2,063 acres and again is comprised of bottomland hardwood forests and old field habitats bordering the Angelina River. The WMA provides excellent habitat for wintering ducks, white-tailed deer, turkey, woodcock, rabbits, squirrels and feral hogs. Call the WMA headquarters at 936-569-8547 for more information on this Texas-owned public hunting land.
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