Sabine National Wildlife Refuge

In this Record of the Week we learn about Sabine National Wildlife Refuge in Hackberry, Louisiana. The refuge, managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, was established in 1937 and spans over 125,000 acres in southwestern Louisiana. It's the largest wetland refuge on the Gulf Coast and its unique environment is home to a diverse assortment of animals. The refuge offers many recreation opportunities including fishing, hunting and wildlife trails. Read more on ArcGIS Story Maps.

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Wetland trail in Sabine National Wildlife Refuge
Wetland trail in Sabine National Wildlife Refuge
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