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The 45,000-acre Mark Twain National Wildlife Refuge is a blend of upland and bottomland forest, wetlands, and prairie. These diverse ecosystems provide important habitat for native birds, fish, mammals, amphibians and reptiles. Birders flock here, especially in spring and fall, as the refuge is located along the Mississippi Flyway, a popular stop for migratory birds such as the reddish Egret and American Oystercatcher.
1704 No. 24th Street
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