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Near Tchula, Mississippi, along the eastern edge of the Mississippi Delta, Morgan Brake National Wildlife Refuge is a mix of flooded timber, backwater sloughs, cypress brakes and bottomland hardwood forest. This rich mix of habitats provide great cover for a variety of game species, deer being the most popular. Hunters may participate in archery and muzzleloader seasons, both open to general access. Muzzleloader hunters in particular have success and take several nice bucks each year. Waterfowl hunting is limited during dry years, but during wetter seasons hunters will find good numbers of wood duck, gadwall, teal and mallards in areas open to hunting. Access is by foot or all-terrain vehicle (ATV) trails.

Please refer to current Refuge regulations and map for additional information. A Current Public Use Permit is required for access if you are participating in consumptive use such as but not limited to, hunting and angling. Click here to purchase or obtain your permit. 

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