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Most of Dahomey National Wildlife Refuge is bottomland hardwood forest (8,094 acres). It is not uncommon to see flocks of 20 or more turkeys. In winter, 6 different species of woodpeckers can be seen. During the summer, neotropic migrants, such as the Mississippi kite, ruby-throated hummingbird, yellow-billed cuckoo, Acadian flycatcher and hooded warbler can be found here. Wildlife viewing can be done from state highways, county roads, and on foot.
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