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Theodore Roosevelt
National Wildlife Refuge


12595 Mississippi Highway 149
Yazoo City, MS   39194
E-mail: yazoo@fws.gov
Phone Number: 662-839-2638
Visit the Refuge's Web Site:
http://www.fws.gov/refuge/theodore_roosevelt/
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  Overview
Theodore Roosevelt National Wildlife Refuge
The Theodore Roosevelt National Wildlife Refuge Complex is the largest refuge complex in the state of Mississippi and includes both the youngest (Holt Collier and Theodore Roosevelt National Wildlife Refuges) and the oldest refuges (Yazoo National Wildlife Refuge) in the state.

Over 100,000 acres of refuge lands on seven refuges, including 13,000 acres of refuge-managed Farmers Home Administration lands, provide vital habitat for fish and wildlife in the Delta region. Visitors are encouraged to stop by and enjoy the wild side of Hillside, Holt Collier, Mathews Brake, Morgan Brake, Panther Swamp, Theodore Roosevelt, and Yazoo National Wildlife Refuges.


Getting There . . .
Directions from Yazoo City: cross the Yazoo River Bridge traveling west approximately nine miles and the office will be on the left or the south side of the highway behind the trees.


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    Note
The refuge has not been opened for public use. Although the acquisition boundary for Theodore Roosevelt National Wildlife Refuge has been proposed near Onward, Mississippi, the land exchanges that are prerequisite have not yet been completed.




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