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Horns Bluff Refuge
Site Description and Habitats
The 1,790 acres of the refuge are comprised of primarily early successional forest, agricultural land, and bottomland forests. An observation tower provides a high level view of fields, forests, and swamp. You can walk the roads and any part of the refuge and explore the woods and fields.
Bird species of interest
Spring and Fall Migration: Many warblers including Prothonotary, Hooded, American Redstart, and Black-throated Green and more common vireos such as Red-eyed, White-eyed, and Yellow-throated, plus Indigo Bunting, Blue Grosbeak, among thrushes and other numerous species.
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Detailed directions for birding Horns Bluff Refuge
From Hwy 412 in Crockett County, go east on Hwy 152 for 5.2 miles to sign for Horns Bluff Refuge. Turn left after sign on Raleigh Road and turn left in 150 yards onto Horns Bluff Road. Follow into Observation Area where you find a parking lot and gravel roads. Explore roads and trails at will!
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