Blackbeard Island National Wildlife Refuge, Savannah

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The Blackbeard Island National Wildlife Refuge is a 5,618 acre (118  km²) National Wildlife Refuge located in McIntosh county in Georgia. The refuge was established to provide a nature and forest preserve for aesthetic and conservation purposes.

The refuge is one of seven refuges administered by the Savannah Coastal Refuges Complex in Savannah, Georgia. The complex has a combined staff of 31 with the fiscal year 2005 budget of $3,582,000.
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  • Blackbeard Island is one of those rare natural places that is worth the effort to visit. I have been there for one of the organized hunts to control the deer and hog population. We had a fantastic...  more »
  • Recently visited on a guided tour by US fish & Wildlife Service employees, Chuck Hayes and Nancy Hickey. Our trip was organised by the environmental charity, One Hundred Miles, whose aim is to raise.....  more »

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