Hatchie National Wildlife Refuge | Wikipedia audio article


Hatchie National Wildlife Refuge is an area
of swampy bottomland consisting of a portion of the floodplain of the Hatchie River in
West Tennessee, covering 11,556 acres (4,677 ha) in southern Haywood County and central
Hardeman County. It is a rich environment for aquatic life
and waterfowl. The refuge is bisected by both Interstate
40 and U.S. Route 70 and hence passed through by almost all motor vehicle traffic between
Nashville and Memphis. Wildlife includes Fish, Snakes, and Mammals

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