A pair of mallards in flight. Mallards are just one of many species that spend their winters at Tallahatchie National Wildlife Refuge.
This small songbird can be commonly seen feeding in the old fields of Tallahatchie NWR.
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.
This primitive fish has been swimming around North America since the Cretaceous period, 65 million years ago.
This is the most common habitat within Tallahatchie NWR.
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This small songbird can be identified by its yellowish chest and can be found in the old fields on our refuge.