Features

  • 2019 Wild Crane Population Report JPG

    2019 Wild Crane Population Report

    Check out the 2019 Wild Crane Population graphical report -- get the latest info on the Mississippi sandhill population at the refuge! (Report will download as a .pdf)

    2019 Wild Crane Population Report

  • FB Trail Sign

    Take a Hike!

    Its a great time of year to view the many species of carnivorous plants that call the refuge home, let's take a hike!

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  • Crane Tours

    Crane Tours

    All aboard for this ranger guided tour of the refuge where we will seek out the elusive Mississippi Sandhill Crane.

    Fall-Winter Crane Tours

  • Photo Galleries

    Refuge Gallery

    Catch a glimpse of the plants and animals that call the refuge home! Explore our photo galleries.

    Photo Galleries

What's Happening at the Refuge?

2019 Wild Crane Population Report

2019 Wild Crane Population Report JPG

Check out the 2019 Wild Crane Population graphical report -- get the latest info on the Mississippi sandhill population at the refuge! (Report will download as a .pdf)

2019 Wild Crane Population Report

It's Crane Tour Season!

Crane Tours

All aboard for this ranger guided tour of the refuge where we will seek out the elusive Mississippi Sandhill Crane. Space is Limited. Reservations Required.

Fall/Winter Crane Tours

Fire As a Tool

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Did you know that prescribed fires are one of the most important tools the refuge uses to restore the endangered wet pine savanna habitat?

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Did You Know?

Plants That Bite Back!

Carnivorous Plants - Sundews

Did you know that there are ten species of carnivorous plants that can be seen at the refuge?

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About the Complex

Gulf Coast Complex

Mississippi Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge is managed as part of the Gulf Coast Complex.

Read more about the complex
About the NWRS

National Wildlife Refuge System

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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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