National Wildlife Refuge
|County Road 206
Annada, MO 63330
Phone Number: 573-847-2333
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|Migrating waterfowl, such as blue-winged teal, find habitat at Clarence Cannon Refuge.|
Continued . . . These areas are very important to a variety of migratory birds, including numerous ducks, geese, shorebirds, marsh and wading birds, and songbirds. The diverse area also provides habitats for a variety of endangered and threatened species, including the bald eagle and king rail (state endangered).
The refuge bird list includes 237 species, 86 of which are known to nest on the refuge. Other wildlife includes 24 species of mammals, nine species of snakes, four species of turtles and fourteen species of frogs and toads. Bald eagles have successfully nested on the refuge for the past thirteen years, one of the oldest and most productive territories in the state of Missouri.
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