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Mobile-Tensaw Delta

The Mobile–Tensaw River Delta is the largest river delta and wetland in Alabama. The Forever Wild Mobile-Tensaw Delta tracts consist of 13 acquisitions in Baldwin and Mobile counties totaling over 48,000 acres. Photo by Billy Pope.
Mobile-Tensaw River Delta

Heron Bay Wetlands

Heron Bay Wetlands is located in south Mobile County. The tract consists of 487 acres of coastal marsh, maritime forest and piney flatwoods. Photo by Billy Pope.
Heron Bay Wetlands

Walls of Jericho

Dutchman’s Breeches is a perennial wildflower that can be found on the Walls of Jericho Forever Wild Tract in the Spring. Photo by Eric Soehren.
Dutchman's Breeches

Yates Lake WMA

The Yates Lake WMA in Elmore County consists of 5,616 acres of pine-hardwood hills and creek valleys on the western shore of scenic Yates Lake. Habitats include longleaf pine stands and mature hardwood creek bottoms, as well as the protection of three miles of shoreline along the Tallapoosa River.
Tallapoosa River