Sabine National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1937 and is the largest coastal marsh refuge on the
Gulf. The primary management objective is to preserve a large area of coastal wetlands for wintering and migrating waterfowl
from both the Mississippi and Central Flyways. This refuge is also a major nursery area for many estuarine-dependent marine
species as well as being the home for alligators and other reptiles, mammals, and numerous wading, water and marsh birds.To Read More Click Here...