Westervelt Wildlife Services, being operational in the Southeast, has more than 600 000 acres of hunting leases under their guardianship, including Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Florida, South Carolina and Virginia.
Whitetail deer hunting at Westervelt Wildlife Lodge is the ultimate experience to be had. For the deer hunt to be successful the wildlife management plan needs to be beyond compare and many components need to come together. With decades of experience in the bag, this has been perfected and being proud of their achievements, are complimented by hunters returning annually for this fine event.
The innovative combination of prime habitat and wildlife management implementing modern tools, has guaranteed quality deer in a natural free-range herd. The biodiverse landscape in Alabama is optimal place to hunt, being able to utilize different positions and also hunt in different habitats, from timberland to wildlife food plots.
Because hunting does not exist in a bubble, many related industries and have to work side by side to ensure that it is sustainable. An exceptional choice of staff members support their philosophy and builds on the solid foundation that was laid so long ago. Therefore,Westervelt Wildlife, with decades of experience, have developedunprecedented strategies to ensure that different disciplines merge seamlessly.
Certified wildlife biologists, hunting club, and lease managers make a formidable team when it comes to the management of wildlife, the habitat and hunting lease programs. Westervelt Wildlife specializes in timber production and have integrated that extremely successfully with hunting land leases, wildlife enhancement projects.
Timber activities in Alabama promulgates a desirable habitat for wildlife and supreme hunting opportunities. This is also conducive to cover for wildlife as well as additional food and diversity.
The National Deer Association (NDA), acting as guardians of deer conservation including Whitetails, Mules, Blacktails, Coues and Key deer. This forms part of Alabama’s hunting heritage. Under the guardianship of the NDA a diverse group of individuals, including the likes of conservationists, hunters, hunting club managers, are brought together to merge ideas and plan responsibly for the sustainability of the hunting industry. This vision mirrors the highly ethical philosophy and principles by which Westervelt Wildlife is run.
According to Steven Carroll, Westervelt Lodge manager, “From those very first moments when we hosted our first deer hunt on November 30, 1951, at Westervelt Lodge, it has always been about the experience. Our nationally recognized professional wildlife and forest management program has attained and preserved our traditions of providing an outstanding natural hunting experience – a true challenge in a fair chase setting.”
Westervelt Wildlife are highly esteemed, multifaceted hunting industry leaders with decades of experience in their field. Their wide reach expands to hunting leases, hunting clubs, hunting lodges, deer management programs, habitat management and conservation, and the preservation of timberland. Add to this an impeccable record of accomplishments dating back to 1884. Being visionaries, they have managed to produce the best hunting land in Alabama, creating unsurpassed opportunities for hunters in search of a variety of species, from whitetails, wild turkeys to pheasant hunting, since the first hunt took place in 1951. Westervelt Hunting Lodges provide quality accommodation for hunters and elevates the overall experience to new heights.
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