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Mobile-Tensaw River Bottomlands

Mobile-Tensaw River Bottomlands
Mobile-Tensaw River Bottomlands

Mobile-Tensaw River Bottomlands is one of the most important wetlands in the nation. The site contains a variety of habitats, including mesic floodplains, freshwater swamps and brackish water marshes, and supports several rare and endangered species.

Location: Baldwin County, AL ; Mobile County, AL ; Washington County, AL

Year designated: 1974

Acres: 185,000

Ownership: Federal, State, Private


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Last Updated: June 28, 2012