Mandalay National Wildlife Refuge

Mandalay National Wildlife Refuge

Address:3599 Bayou Black Dr
Houma, LA 73060

Phone:985-853-1078
Fax:985-853-1079
Web: www.fws.gov/southeast/mandalay
Established: 1996.
Location:About 5 miles southwest of Houma, Louisiana.
Activities:Hunting (with restrictions), fishing, boating, canoeing.
Special Features:The refuge is composed primarily of freshwater marsh, which provides important habitat for wintering waterfowl of the Mississippi flyway.
Habitats: 4,212 acres of freshwater marsh with ponds, levees, and manmade canals.
Access: By boat only; open year round.
Wild life: Migrating waterfowl. Also alligators, wading birds, and bald eagles.

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