Experience Louisiana’s Marshes Like Never Before At The 125,000+ Acre Sabine National Wildlife Refuge In Louisiana

Louisiana’s wetlands make up about 40% of the wetlands in the continental United States. Not only do our wetlands provide us with ample recreational opportunities, but they also play a much more important role for our feathered friends, serving as essential habitat for both local and migratory birds (not to mention all the other critters like deer, alligators, bears, and more). The Sabine National Wildlife Refuge is one of Louisiana’s most important wetlands, and it’s also one of the most beautiful. Let’s check it out.

Have you ever visited the Sabine National Wildlife Refuge? Let us know in the comments below! And while you’re in the area, you may want to check out the other sites along the Creole Nature Trail.

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Address: Sabine National Wildlife Refuge, 3000 Holly Beach Hwy, Hackberry, LA 70645, USA