JACKSON, Miss. (WTVA) -- The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks says it has completed work to improve access to two wildlife management areas in the state.
The work was done during the month of September, work was done at Charles Ray Nix WMA in Panola County and Tuscumbia WMA in Alcorn County.
Officials say they stabilized low-water crossings, installed and repaired culverts, improved roads and created new parking areas.
The improvements will restore management access to remote parts of each WMA, enhance access for WMA visitors, and aid in erosion control.