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The Holla Bend National Wildlife Refuge protects 7,000 acres of bottomland hardwoods and wetlands. Spring brings thousands of neotropical songbirds that use the refuge as a rest stop during migration. Herons, bald eagles, egrets nest here and American alligators can be found in the small lakes. Wildlife observers and photographers will love the 8-mile Auto Tour which weaves through the refuge offering the chance to spot beavers, bobcats, coyotes, deer as well. Drive slowly and have your binoculars on hand. Or use the observation tower and foot trails. The park has a small fee which is covered by the America the Beautiful Pass.
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