Alabama Hotel Reservations
Choctaw National Wildlife Refuge
Established in 1964, and spread across 4,218 impressive and lush acres, the Choctaw National Wildlife Refuge is one of the premier destinations in Alabama. Plan your next visit to the Heart of Dixie and make your way into the southern region – this exceptional outdoor recreation destination is found just west of Jackson.
Through the Choctaw National Wildlife Refuge, you can find the Tombigbee River. Each year, waterfowl numbers at the Choctaw NWR exceed more than 10,000 due to the 400 nesting boxes provided within this refuge. Other animals who call Choctaw NWR home include American alligators, white-tailed deer, gray squirrels, and raccoons.
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