Sabine National Wildlife Refuge

You have entered Sabine National Wildlife Refuge, the oldest and largest of three national wildlife refuges along the Creole Nature Trail. Established in 1937, this refuge of almost 125,000 acres conserves both freshwater marshes and salt marshes and the creatures that live in them. And the creatures are many and diverse! Sabine Wildlife Refuge is home to more than 300 species of birds, 26 kinds of mammals, 41 different kinds of reptiles and amphibians, and 132 different species of fish. This refuge also offers many opportunities for roadside recreation.