Graveline Bayou Coastal Preserve Birding & Wildlife Viewing Area Updated:05/2016

Birding and wildlife viewing in a coastal marsh dominated by tidal flows, mudflats exposed at low tide; wildlife nests and feeds in the marsh, herons, rails, plovers, sandpipers, killdeer, stilts, yellow-legs, coots, loons, cormorants, grebes, gulls, terns, pelicans, owls, hawks, osprey; optimum viewing times early spring, late fall during neotropical bird migration. Note: This is a public hunting area. Check for hunting areas and seasons.

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Contact Graveline Bayou Coastal Preserve Birding & Wildlife Viewing Area

Mississippi Department of Marine Resources
Pascagoula Bay upstream 4 miles
Pascagoula, MS  39567
Phone: (228) 374-5000

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