Wildlife Management | Great Days Outdoors
Cultivate Your Dreams

Cultivate Your Dreams

Plant quality food plots and big bucks will be more than a dream. One of the main tasks deer hunters face each season is planting wildlife openings or food plots. Wildlife openings, also known as green fields, are primarily designed to provide supplemental food...
Building Food Plots with Integrity

Building Food Plots with Integrity

For higher seedling survival and plot vigor, use a cultipacker. September is a busy time of year in the state of Alabama. Dove season is in full swing. Hunting clubs, property managers, and landowners across the state are ready to get their fall food plots in the...
Littering Harms Alabama Wildlife

Littering Harms Alabama Wildlife

Many wildlife-related auto crashes can be blamed on food tossed from vehicles along Alabama roadways. Drive along many of Alabama’s roads and you will see discarded beverage cans, plastic bags, cigarette packages, fast food wrapping and other items on the side of the...
Tips for Understanding Your Soil Sample

Tips for Understanding Your Soil Sample

Lime is the most overlooked tool in growing crops for wildlife. Fertilizer and lime recommendations can be confusing. All the different printed numbers and suggestions can really make it difficult to understand what your soil and crop needs in order to perform its...
Birding Trails in Alabama

Birding Trails in Alabama

Alabama’s state-wide system of diverse birding trails is a major tourist attraction. Although temperatures can get a bit toasty, summer is a great time to enjoy observing Alabama’s more than 430 bird species. From bald eagles in Guntersville State Park, to...