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Pete Conroy & Jeff Sessions

EPIC Director Pete Conroy & Senator Jeff Sessions at dedication of the Mountain Longfleaf National Wildlife Refuge on June 30, 2003.

 

USFWS Refuge Biologist, Bill Garland, shows visitors from the Birmingham Audubon Society a map detailing the Mountain Longleaf National Wildlife Refuge.

USFWS Refuge Biologist, Bill Garland, shows visitors from the Birmingham Audubon Society a map detailing the Mountain Longleaf National Wildlife Refuge.

Draft Planning Documents Available


The newly established 9,000-acre Mountain Longleaf National Wildlife Refuge is currently closed to public use.  During 2003 Refuge staff developed the Draft Public Use Plan, Draft Hunting Plan, Draft Compatibility Determinations and Environmental Assessment to guide future public use on the Refuge. These documents can be downloaded from the US Fish & Wildlife Service website at::  http://southeast.fws.gov/mountainlongleaf/publicuse.htm

The public comment period for these documents closed on January 27, 2004.  The documents are currently being finalized and a final document will be distributed to all those who requested the draft version.  Comments or questions regarding these documents may be:
  • faxed to the Mountain Longleaf NWR Office at (256) 847-9089
  • or e-mail to the Refuge at mountainlongleaf@fws.gov
  • or mailed to:
    Mountain Longleaf National Wildlife Refuge
    PO Box 5087
    Anniston, AL  36205-0087


  • Environmental Policy Information Center
    Jacksonville State University
    700 Pelham Road North, Suite 246 Martin,
    Jacksonville, AL 36265-1602
    Telephone #: (256) 782-5681...Fax #: (256) 782-5817
    pconroy@jsu.edu
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