The Little River National Wildlife Refuge was established to protect the largest remaining tract of bottomland hardwood forest in the State of Oklahoma. The following photos are of the many wildlife species who benefit from the protection of this important habitat.
The Little River National Wildlife Refuge is home to many wildlife species that depend on the refuge for part or all of the year.
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The Little River National Wildlife Refuge is one of the few places in Oklahoma where this most secretive of birds has been known to nest. Lucky visitors might see it probing under leaves and flipping them in search of insects. Or listen in the forest for its loud, ringing call.
Learn more and listen to its call.
Photo by Berlin Heck.