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Wolf Island
National Wildlife Refuge

Various shorebirds feeding on the beach at Wolf Island NWR.
Barrier island located off of the Georgia coast
Administered by Harris Neck NWR
McIntosh County, GA   
E-mail: savannahcoastal@fws.gov
Phone Number: 912-832-4608
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Wolf Island NWR, which was designated a National Wilderness Area in 1975, supports notable concentrations of waterfowl, wading/marsh birds and shorebirds.
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  Recreation and Education Opportunities

Saltwater fishing/shellfishing.

Wildlife Observation
Wildlife observation and photography from boat only.

Leave No Trace
Leave No Trace is a national educational program to inform visitors about reducing the damage caused by outdoor activities, particularly non-motorized recreation. Leave No Trace principles and practices are based on an abiding respect for the natural world and our fellow wildland visitors. We can act on behalf of the places and wildlife that inspire us by adopting the skills and ethics that enable us to Leave No Trace.

1. Plan ahead and prepare.
2. Travel on durable surfaces.
3. Dispose of waste properly.
4. Leave what you find.
5. Respect wildlife.
6. Be considerate of other visitors.

For more information on Leave No Trace, visit the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics Web site. (http://www.lnt.org)

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