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Mississippi State Parks

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Mississippi
Central Region
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Little Green Heron © Kara Roberts
Loakfoma Lake, Sam D. Hamilton-Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Nobility © Kara Roberts
Sam D. Hamilton-Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Racoon © Kara Roberts
Sam D. Hamilton-Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Gator mating call © Kara Roberts
Sam D. Hamilton-Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Yellow-bellied Watersnake © Kara Roberts
Bluff Lake, Sam D. Hamilton-Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Deer © Kara Roberts
Loakfoma Lake, Sam D. Hamilton-Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Waterlily © Kara Roberts
Sam D. Hamilton-Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Baby gators © Kara Roberts
Sam D. Hamilton-Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Sunset © Kara Roberts
Bluff Lake, Sam D. Hamilton-Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Gator enjoying the sun © Kara Roberts
Bluff Lake, Sam D. Hamilton-Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Supper time © Kara Roberts
Poor guy got a fish stuck in his throat. Bluff Lake, Sam D. Hamilton-Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Red-winged Blackbird © Kara Roberts
Loakfoma Lake, Sam D. Hamilton-Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Cormorant © Kara Roberts
Bluff Lake, Sam D. Hamilton-Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Anhinga © Kara Roberts
Bluff Lake, Sam D. Hamilton-Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Egret © Kara Roberts
Bluff Lake, Sam D. Hamilton-Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Reflections © Kara Roberts
Juvenile gator sunning on Bluff Lake, Sam D. Hamilton-Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Wood Stork © Kara Roberts
Bluff Lake, Sam D. Hamilton-Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge American Bald Eagle © Scott Lipsey
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge © Ben Prepelka
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge © Ben Prepelka
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge © Ben Prepelka
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge © Ben Prepelka
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge © Ben Prepelka
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge © Ben Prepelka
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge A rare snow © Kara Roberts
Bluff Lake, Sam D. Hamilton-Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Sunset over Bluff Lake © Kara Roberts
Bluff Lake, Sam D. Hamilton-Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge American Alligator © Scott Lipsey
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Bluff Lake Sunrise © Scott Lipsey
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Coot © Kara Roberts
Bluff Lake, Sam D. Hamilton-Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Grate turtle pun intended © Kara Roberts
Bluff Lake, Sam D. Hamilton-Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Little Green Snake © Kara Roberts
Bluff Lake, Sam D. Hamilton-Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
NOXUBEE NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
NOXUBEE NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
224 Office Road
Brooksville, Mississippi   39739
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Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge is located in three counties (Noxubee, Oktibbeha, and Winston) and was originally created from lands obtained through the 1930's Resettlement Administration. With additional land acquisitions through the years, Noxubee now consists of 48,000 acres. Approximately 44,500 acres of the refuge is bottomland and upland forest. These forest lands are occupied by a variety of game species, including quail, deer, and turkey. The endangered red-cockaded woodpecker relies on the Refuge for its existence in east-central Mississippi, In addition many neotropic bird species inhabit the Noxubee forests. Four green-tree reservoirs (GTRs), two major lakes (Bluff - 800 acres and Loakfoma - 400 acres), 16 small impoundments, and assorted wetland areas provide important habitat for wood stork, American alligator, bald eagle and wintering waterfowl.
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Location
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge is located near Columbus, Louisville and Starkville


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Directions
From Highway 25 going south from Starkville toward Louisville, look for the green highway sign indicating Noxubee Refuge just after crossing into Winston County. Turn left onto Loakfoma Road at the sign. Follow the road until it ends at a T. Turn left and proceed approximately 9 miles. From Highway 25 going north from Louisville toward Starkville, look for the green highway sign indicating Noxubee Refuge. Pass the first sign. Continue to the next sign - approximately 7 miles - and turn right onto Loakfoma Road. Follow the road until it ends at a T. Turn left and proceed approximately 9 miles. From Highway 45 at Brooksville, look for Noxubee Refuge exit signs. Go through the town of Brooksville and follow the road until it turns to dirt (about 10 miles). Continue straight, go to second 4-way intersection and make a right. Follow sign to refuge. From Starkville (Highway 25/12), look for a sign at the corner with the Hampton Inn (Spring St.). Follow signs south on Oktoc Road to the refuge about 14 miles.

Mississippi
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Mississippi State Parks

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