"Marshes and Wetlands" Sabine National Wildlife Refuge Favorite Tip by mrclay2000

  marshy area off the Wetland Walkway
by mrclay2000

Favorite thing: Most of the refuge is under a few feet of standing water near sea level. Canals and bayous radiate away from the lowlying "lake" and there one will be able to approach the wildlife with the least trouble. Watch your footing at all times. Soil might be so saturated that your step might plunge abruptly, and as always be careful when approaching taller grasses. . .these are the preferred hideaways for the refuge's alligators.

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Jan 28, 2005
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