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Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge


Wheeler NWR - White Springs Moist-Soil Units

Purpose: To restore 910 acres of moist-soil wetlands on Wheeler NWR through installation of six water control structures and construction of several interior and perimeter levees.

Wheeler NWR - Rockhouse Moist-Soil Units

Purpose: To restore 155 acres of moist-soil wetlands on Wheeler NWR through installation of one water control structure and construction of exterior levee.

Wheeler NWR - Penney Bottoms

Purpose: To restore 100 acres of permanent wetlands and moist-soil habitat on Wheeler NWR through installation of two water control structures and construction of 650 feet of levee.

Wheeler NWR - Dinsmore Slough

Purpose: To restore 130 acres of moist-soil wetlands on Wheeler NWR through installation of a screw-gate type water control structure, refurbishment of existing levee, and installation of a pumping station.

W.L. Holland WMA - Forested Wetlands Acquisition

Purpose: To acquire and protect 12,630 acres of forested wetlands habitat adjacent to the Mobile-Tensaw Delta WMA. Ducks Unlimited helped its partners acquire 4 tracts of land, totaling 12,630 over the course of 5 years.

Alabama Wetlands Reserve Program

The partnership of Ducks Unlimited with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service is a natural one.

Swan Creek WMA - Wetlands Enhancement Project


Sipsey River - Bottomland Hardwood Acquisition

Purpose: To acquire and protect 153 acres of bottomland hardwood habitat adjacent to the Forever Wild Sipsey River Tract (2,800 acres).

Raccoon Creek WMA - Wetlands Restoration Project

Purpose: To restore 910 acres of wetlands habitat on Raccoon Creek WMA through installation of several water control structures, construction of a water distribution system, rehabilitation of an electric pumping station, and construction of perimeter levees to increase waterfowl management capabilities on the area.

Key Cave NWR - Moist-Soil Restoration

Purpose: To restore 10 acres of moist-soil habitat on Key Cave NWR through development of 2 small impoundments.

Eufaula NWR

In continuation of our efforts to improve waterfowl habitat on Eufaula National Wildlife Refuge, Ducks Unlimited and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recently completed a project to restore 117 acres of wetlands within the Alabama portion of the refuge.

Demopolis WMA - Dead Lake Wetland Project

Purpose: To enhance 130 acres of wetlands habitat on Demopolis WMA through replacement of a water control structure and construction of a water distribution system to increase waterfowl management capability on the area.
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