Refuge managers and wildlife biologists depend upon and utilize various tools to manage the Little River National Wildlife Refuge for the benefit of wildlife.
Refuge staff rely on biologically sound forest management practices to ensure a healthy bottomland hardwood forest. Learn More
The wetlands of Little River National Wildlife Refuge once flooded naturally. Today, refuge staff strive to mimic the historic flooding of the once vast bottomland hardwood forest and floodplain. Learn More
Page Photo Credits Little River, Marking timber, Wood ducks / U.S. Forest Service
Last Updated: May 10, 2012