The Choctaw National Wildlife Refuge occupies approximately 4.200 acres in southwest Alabama. Established in 1964, the refuge provides habitiat for brooding wood ducks and a wintering area for waterfowl.
Courtesy of U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
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