Mandalay National Wildlife Refuge


3599 Bayou Black Drive
Houma LA 70360

Mandalay National Wildlife Refuge, established in 1996, conserves and protects freshwater marshes in western Terrebonne Parish in south–central Louisiana. The refuge is a top priority wetland conservation project of the Gulf Coast Joint Venture of the North American Waterfowl Management Plan due to the importance of its habitat for waterfowl using the Mississippi Flyway. The Refuge's freshwater marshes attract thousands of migratory waterfowl, while other habitats provide critical spring and fall habitat for neotropical migratory birds.