Wapanocca National Wildlife Refuge
The refuge contains extensive virgin cypress swamp, mature bottomland hardwood forest, reforested uplands, and grasslands. Wapanocca NWR hosts wintering waterfowl, serves as a migratory stopover point for neotropical birds, and provides breeding habitat for forest songbirds. Recreational opportunities include wildlife observation, fishing, hunting, canoeing, photography, and environmental education. The refuge visitor center is located at 178 Hammond Avenue in Turrell.
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