Wildlife & Habitat
Clarks River National Wildlife Refuge is home to a variety of wildlife species associated with its habitat. The mosaic of habitats include bottomland hardwood forest, open water, seasonal and permanent wetlands, uplands, grasslands, and croplands.
Over 200 species of our feathered friends can be found on the refuge.
Learn more about birds on the refuge...
Big and small, the refuge is abundant with furry creatures.
Find out more about mammals...
Reptiles and Amphibans
The Clarks River and its surrounding wetlands provide great habitat for amphibians and reptiles.
Many fish species swim in the Clarks River and the few ponds found on the refuge.
Discover who some of them are...
The number of species without a backbone is large, and there are many on the Refuge.
Find out who some of these spineless critters are...
While no Endangered Species have been found on the refuge, there are three expected to be here.
Habitat for wildlife is home. It's where they find food, water, and shelter.
Discover more about what our wildlife calls home...
Page Photo Credits River, Butterfly, Otter - aellerusfws; Heron, Fish - jmiller/usfws
Last Updated: Aug 26, 2013