Featured Species

Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge provides more than 21,000 acres of habitat to a wide variety of plant and animal species. Habitats include extensive freshwater cordgrass dominated marshes, pine flatwoods, hardwood hammocks and managed freshwater impoundments. The refuge provides habitat to six federally listed species, including the Florida manatee and wood stork. In addition, the refuge supports the second largest pre-migratory roosting colony of swallow-tailed kites in the southeastern United States.