Each of those areas that have been set aside to provide nesting, habitat and survival areas for plants and wildlife has its own unique history. Some sites
have long been a part of the National Wildlife Refuge System, begun by President Theodore Roosevelt, but others are relative newcomers to the system. These three refuges provide a good sample of what you can see and enjoy when visiting National Wildlife Refuges in Alabama. Cahaba River National Wildlife Refuge, Anniston, AL The Cahaba River flows for some 200 miles and is the longest stream in the state of Alabama. According to the U. S. For more information about the Oyster Bay Refuge visit http://www. oysterbay.
fws. gov. Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge Much simpler to reach is Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge which includes wooded wildlife habitat that follows the east to west flow of Oak Orchard Creek.