Flint Creek Gets Improved Fish Habitat

Posted Saturday May 27, 2017 by wf_admin

Your support allowed Wildlife Forever to join forces with the Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge in Alabama to restore fish habitat in Flint Creek, a tributary of the mighty Tennessee River. The project was designed to provide critical habitat for the creek’s bass, crappies, bluegills and catfish thus providing improved fishing opportunities for disabled anglers. Fish habitat structures made up of riprap and wooden pallets were placed adjacent to a handicapped-accessible fishing pier on the creek. See your donations in action. If you find yourself traveling down Interstate 65 around Decatur, Alabama take exit 334 and travel west on Highway 67 for about two miles. Like most National Wildlife Refuges, it is public property available for hunting, fishing and many other outdoor recreational activities.