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This area consists of 330 areas of wetlands, bottomland hardwoods, waterfowl food plots, and moist soil units. The primary objective of this area is the development, restoration, and enhancement of waterfowl habitat with special emphasis on public access and environmental interpretation. Some of the wildlife in the area includes Fox , Gray Squirrels, White-Tail Deer, Swamp and Cottontail Rabbits, Beaver, Bobcats, Raccoon, Pileated Woodpeckers, Red-Headed Woodpeckers, Opossum, Quail, Mourning Doves, various species of Ducks and Wild Turkey. A 100 acre green tree reservoir and two shorebird wading ponds are also located in this area. Trails, bridges, and observation decks provide visitors with opportunities to view an assortment of wildlife. Displays provide information about wetland habitats and wildlife species. This area is closed to hunting.
THE OFFICIAL TOURISM RESOURCE FOR THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI