Georgia Hotel Reservations
Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge
Established in 1962, the Harris Neck Wildlife Refuge has been providing a refuge to migrating birds ever since. Explore these 2,762 acres of wildlands near Richmond Hill in Coastal Georgia. Across this impressive coastal Georgia wildlife refuge, you'll find a blend of grassland, saltwater marsh, and cropland – which, incidentally, can be found on an abandoned military airfield.
The U.S. Air Force built the airfield in 1942, and it was meant to be an auxiliary of the Dale Mabry Army Airfield. Eventually, WWII ended and the airfield was abandoned. Today, it's covered in a mix of wild grass and other vegetation. When you visit Harris Neck, you'll find a variety of fishing areas, some hunting zones, paved paths for walking and cycling, and even ranger-led interpretive programs.
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