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Wildlife & Habitat

Mallards in flight

A pair of mallards in flight. Mallards are just one of many species that spend their winters at Tallahatchie National Wildlife Refuge.

  • Dickcissel

    Dickcissel

    This small songbird can be commonly seen feeding in the old fields of Tallahatchie NWR.

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  • Mallard

    Mallard

    With its iridescent green head, gray body, and black tail-curl, the male mallard duck is one of the most familiar ducks in North America.

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  • Paddlefish

    Paddlefish

    This primitive fish has been swimming around North America since the Cretaceous period, 65 million years ago.

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  • Bottomland Hardwood Forest

    Bottomland Hardwood Forest 150x118

    This is the most common habitat within Tallahatchie NWR.

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Last Updated: Feb 24, 2014
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