Browse through the refuge galleries below to catch a glimpse of some of the flora and fauna that call Mississippi Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge home.
Catch a glimpse of one of the rarest birds in North America, the Mississippi sandhill crane.
Biologists use motion sensor camera traps to monitor crane activity on the refuge, but it often allows us to sneak a peak at the other animals that call the refuge home-- smile, you're on candid camera!
These deadly beauties have overcome the limitations of the nutrient-poor soil of the wet pine savanna -- what they cannot obtain from root and soil, they capture by luring prey into their trap --explore the world of carnivorous plants
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In the wild Mississippi sandhill cranes can only be found on and adjacent to the Mississippi Sandhill Crane NWR. There are only about 100 individuals remaining.