Cameron Prairie National Wildlife Refuge offers fishing opportunities at both the Gibbstown Unit as well as the East Cove Unit.
Hunting is one of the most popular activities at Cameron Prairie. Here is all the information you need to start your hunting adventure!
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About the Complex
Cameron Prairie National Wildlife Refuge is part of the Southwest Louisiana Complex. Other refuges in this complex include Lacassine, Shell Keys and Sabine National Wildlife Refuge.
Cameron Prairie is managed as part of the Southwest Louisiana National Wildlife Refuge Complex.
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About the NWRS
The National Wildlife Refuge System, within the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, manages a national network of lands and waters set aside to conserve America’s fish, wildlife, and plants.
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Check here for the most current news releases as well as current hunting information from the SWLA Refuge Complex.Learn more
The Southwest Louisiana National Wildlife Refuge Complex is taking applications from experienced alligator hunters to fill alligator hunting permits for Sabine, Lacassine and Cameron Prairie.Learn more here
The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service is currently seeking rice farmers interested in cooperatively farming 579 acres of agricultural land for 2017. Interested farmers or corporations should contact the Refuge Manager Glenn Harris at337-598-2216 to discuss further or for site tour.Learn more
According to Refuge Manager, Glenn Harris, snipe hunting opened on Cameron Prairie National Wildlife Refuge, Monday, January 23, 2017. This hunting opportunity will remain open through February 28, 2017.Learn more
The Pintail Wildlife Drive, just south of the Visitor Center, is the best place to see wildlife! A variety of different birds can be seen throughout the seasons, while alligators are year-round residents.
Page Photo Credits Northern Pintail by Jacob Mills
Last Updated: Feb 01, 2017