Fairystone Farms Wildlife Management Area

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Fairystone Farms Wildlife Management Area is a protected area located in Patrick and Henry Counties, Virginia. Named for the fairy stone, which is common in the area, it comprises 5,321 acres (21.53 km2) in several parcels surrounding much of Fairy Stone State Park and the Philpott Reservoir in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It features steep slopes and a small amount of bottomland, containing mainly oak, hickory, pine, beech, and poplar. Numerous species make their home in the area, and 8 acres (32,000 m2) of marsh are set aside for migrating waterfowl.

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