Woman dressed warmly in camouflage and standing in marsh reeds aims a shotgun into the air

Supawna Meadows National Wildlife Refuge is just south of the Delaware Memorial Bridge and borders on a residential area. The refuge conserves 3,485 acres of habitat, primarily brackish marsh. Thousands of waterfowl, including American black duck, American wigeon, Canada goose, blue-winged teal and green-winged teal, use the refuge marsh during winter and migration. Hunting opportunities include archery deer hunting and waterfowl hunting. Access is provided half an hour before sunrise until half an hour after sunset. A small unit in the marsh is closed to public hunting seasonally from January 1-July 31. The refuge has become popular because most of the other land in this urban area is privately owned.