Wolf Island National Wildlife Refuge

Wolf Island National Wildlife Refuge

Address:c/o Savannah Coastal Refuges Complex
1000 Business Center Dr, Suite 10
Savannah, GA 31405

Phone:912-652-4415
Web: www.fws.gov/wolfisland
Established: 1930.
Location:Central Georgia coast.
Activities:Fishing, shell fishing.
Special Features:The strategic location of Wolf Island made it an important identification point on navigational charts of the 1800s. A Coast Guard lighthouse, which stood on the northern tip of Wolf Island, has long since disappeared into the ocean.
Habitats: 5,126 acre barrier island consisting of a narrow strip of oceanfront beach backed by a broad band of salt marsh.
Access: Refuge's saltwater areas are open to public use, but all beach, marsh, and upland areas are closed to the public.
Wild life: Brown pelicans, loggerhead sea turtles, diamondback terrapins.

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