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It took so long to drive the back country roads, almost an hour. The visitor center was very nice. Lots of stuffed critters. The red cockaded woodpecker lives in trees marked white close to the visitor center. I did not hike, but it looks like...More
Visited the refuge on fathers day , Sunday afternoon for a walk .We were really surprised at the lack of people , we thought it might be teaming , in fact there were only 2 families and us and when we left only our car...More
We traveled to the refuge in hoping to see a red cockaded woodpecker. We did not see one but was excited to see a prairie warbler and a black and white warbler.
We took the red cockaded woodpecker trail. It was about 2.5 to 3...More
The Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge is nice place for hiking and dry camping. Again, this kind of place is totally different within or without hunting seasons. When the hunting seasons are over, the nature reclaims its pace and it is pleasant to hike this wide...More
I found this on the map and stopped to break up a trip to Florida. This is an area that was decimated by logging and in 1939 FDR designated 35,000 acres as a Wildlife Refuge. It is pine forest with lots of well maintained hiking...More