The Mobile-Tensaw Delta Wildlife Management Area has a variety of habitats for the birder to explore. Located along the east bank of the Tensaw River is an 850- acre parcel comprised of flooded hardwood bottoms along the river to upland hardwoods and pines. Additionally, there is a lake and peripheral freshwater marsh. During the breeding season, common species include Red-shouldered Hawk, Barred Owl, Red-eyed Vireo, Prothonotary Warbler and Northern Parula. In the summer months, Swallow-tailed Kites may be spotted flying along the river banks just above tree line. Purchased by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as part of the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway mitigation, this area is managed by the ADCNR Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division.
DIRECTIONS: Continue southward on AL 225 to CR 86 on the right (west) [1.9]. Turn onto CR 86 and continue to a fork in the road [0.8] and bear left and continue to the wildlife management area at the end of the road [2.9]. Located along the east bank of the Tensaw River is an 850- acre parcel of the Mobile Tensaw Delta Wildlife Management Area
Hunting season in the management area runs from mid-October to the end of February, though non- consumptive use is permitted year around.
GPS: N30.81899 W-87.91393
Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division
Five Rivers Blvd
Spanish Fort, AL 36527.