Freddie Black Choctaw Island Wildlife Management Area

Habitat is mostly bottomland hardwood forest, but includes significant components of lowland pine-hardwood forest, riverine forest, glades, and sandbars. A variety of mammals, reptiles, and amphibians are attracted to the area. Located along the Mississippi Flyway, Choctaw Island provides stopover habitat for migrating birds and has been designated an Important Bird Area.

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At Arkansas City, turn right onto President Avenue and follow it through town to the point where it intersects with Kate Adams Street. Choctaw Island WMA is just east of this intersection across the Mississippi River mainline levee, Arkansas City, Arkansas
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