Big Haynes Nature Center (BHCNC), a community wetlands and recreational site at the Georgia International Horse Park, has partnered with the Georgia Forestry Commission and Georgia Prescribed Fire Council to complete its first controlled burn designed to have long-lasting ecological benefits for the conservation site.
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The Big Haynes Creek Nature Center at the Georgia International Horse Park is a hidden gem in Conyers, particularly in the autumn when the fall colors are in full array, showcasing the granite outcropping and the preserved wetlands. The Nature Center features discovery stations depicting the eco-system and the plants and animals that live in the area. There are also more than 5 miles of trails for hikers, mountain bikers and horseback riders that wind through the nature center. The Nature Center is open year round from sunrise to sunset. (Staff photo: Aimee Jones)