Sabine National Wildlife Refuge
The northern Gulf of Mexico is a broad plain stretching from north Florida to the edge of the Yucatan of Mexico. Across this region, broad saltmarshes spread across the Gulf plain. Here John visits Sabine National Wildlife Refuge in southwest Louisiana, USA, to look at some of the special features of the region — alligators, salt domes, ancient Pleistocene oak cheniers, and the work of fires and hurricanes — to discuss the challenges and threats that the people and species of the region face now and for the future.
Tours-TV.com: Sabine National Wildlife Refuge
Sabine National Wildlife Refuge established in 1937 conserves the natural habitat of plenty of bird species, including migratory waterfowl ones. United States : Louisiana. See on map .
Crabbing and Fishing in Sabine Refuge Louisiana.
Lil b on Fiya Back at it again!!! MUST WATCH!!!
Louisiana Alligators at Sabine National Wildlife Refuge 1 of 6
Alligator in bayou along highway 27 in the Sabine National Wildlife Refuge.
Environmental Clean Up Sabine National Wildlife Refuge Rita
Environmental clean-up of Sabine National Wildlife Refuge, Louisiana
produced by Jim Rothschild and Tom MacKenzie, USFWS 404-679-7289
Cruising through Sabine National Wildlife Refuge
Sabine National Forest / Shelbyville,Tx
Where to Go Kayak Fishing In Louisiana - West Cove
Watch this video for info on fishing the Sabine Wildlife Refuge south of Sulphur, LA. We suggest that you visit our page on West Cove, read the info and print the PDF map out to have it on hand to make notes when you are watching the video.
See a PDF map of the area here:
Alligator at Sabine National Forest
Sabine National Forest | Wikipedia audio article
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Sabine National Forest is located in East Texas near the Texas-Louisiana border. The forest is administered together with the other three United States National Forests and two National Grasslands located entirely in Texas, from common offices in Lufkin, Texas. There are local ranger district offices located in Hemphill.
The forest covers a total of 160,873 acres (651.03 km2) in five counties - Sabine (95,410 acres), Shelby (59,037 acres), San Augustine (4,317 acres), Newton (1,781 acres), and Jasper (64 acres). It includes the officially designated Indian Mounds Wilderness, which is a part of the National Wilderness Preservation System.
The Sabine National Forest is notable for extensive forests of American beech and other hardwood trees. Other important tree species include loblolly pine, longleaf pine, shortleaf pine, white oak, southern red oak, sweetgum, and Florida maple.
The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) helped the Texas Forest Service develop the forest between 1933 and 1940. CCC Company 893 established camp near Pineland, Texas on June 14, 1933 and planted pine seedlings in the southern part of the forest. These men also built roads and fire lookout towers and completed the Red Hills Lake Recreation Area near Toledo Bend Reservoir. CCC Company 880 established camp near Center, Texas on October 26, 1933 and planted thousands of pine trees in an area that became the northern part of Sabine National Forest. The CCC built the Boles Field Campground, including a pavilion and amphitheater, in the forest near Shelbyville, Texas.
Wild Things presented by the Southeast Louisiana National Wildlife Refuges
This short documentary was produced by Ashley Doucet, a film student in the Department of Film and Theatre at the University of New Orleans.
Creole Nature Trail - Cameron Prairie National Wildlife Refuge
South West Louisiana National Wildlife Complex is home to four National Wildlife Refuges; Cameron Prairie, Sabine, Lacassine and Shell Keys. Cameron Prairie National Wildlife Refuge contains almost 10,000 acres of freshwater marshe & over 15,000 acres of saltwater and brackish marsh. Learn more about Louisiana wetland and the birds, fish and wildlife that call it home.
And this is just a taste! A FREE personal tour app is also available in iTunes and Google Play (just search Creole). Don't have a smartPhone? Check-out a GPS Explorer® at the Lake Charles Visitors Bureau located at 1205 N. Lakeshore Drive, Lake Charles, Louisiana.
Aligators in Louisiana swamps
Sabine Natioal forest area ride
Sabine Ranch: Adding To Texas' Land Legacy
With the support of our donors and partners, The Conservation Fund acquired of more than 12,000 acres of a privately owned ranch in southeast Texas, known as Sabine Ranch. In doing so, we helped preserve extensive wetlands and coastal prairie, save threatened and endangered species, and create new opportunities for public recreation, including hunting, fishing, hiking and bird-watching.
Without action by The Conservation Fund, Sabine Ranch would have been sold for non-conservation purposes and subdivided, fragmenting the wetlands and continuing to limit public admission for years to come. This past April, we transferred the first phase of the property, more than 8,100 acres, to the adjacent McFaddin National Wildlife Refuge.
Birdwatching at Sabine Woods Sanctuary
Sabine Woods Sanctuary, Sabine Pass, Texas, March 29, 2014.
Atchafalaya Basin National Wildlife Refuge
The Atchafalaya National Wildlife Refuge is located about 30 miles west of Baton Rouge, Louisiana and one mile east of Krotz Springs, Louisiana lies just east of the Atchafalaya River.
South Louisiana Marsh Birds
Exploring the Lacassine NWR and The Nature Conservancy refuge at Lake Martin, South Louisiana. Music: Coulee Rodair by Sammy Naquin. See Louisiana Heron, alligators, Fulvous Whistling Duck, Kingbird, Black-crowned and Yellow-crowned Night Heron, Little Blue Heron, White ibis and Anhinga etc.
BTS-1 Recovery Footage - Sabine Wildlife Refuge
On Friday, May 13, 2011 the brave people from the Sabine Wildlife Refuge continued the BTS-1 Rescue Mission. By means of airboat they traveled out to the expected landing site of the BTS-1 Inspiration capsule. Tagging along was our dear friend Pat with Rice University / Discovery Dome.
We want to extend our sincerest Thank You to everyone involved in the rescue operation! Team Work!