Cahaba River National Wildlife Refuge County Road 24, West Blocton, AL 35184
The Cahaba River National Wildlife Refuge downstream from Birmingham, Alabama along the Cahaba River. The Cahaba River National Wildlife Refuge 3,689.63 acres and located in central Alabama. The Cahaba River National Wildlife Refuge is a very important and critical habitat for many endangered species. The Cahaba River National Wildlife Refuge is habitat for the endangered goldline darter, round rocksnail ,Cahaba shiner, and cylindrical lioplax. There are 64 rare plant and animal species within its borders. It is home to Hymenocallis coronaria (Cahaba lily), a threatened plant species. The Cahaba lily is a threatened plant species that makes it home Georgia, South Carolina, and Alabama. It is administered by the Mountain Longleaf National Wildlife Refuge in Anniston, Alabama and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
The Cahaba River is a favorite for Kayakers, , rafters, tubers, and canoeing. Take beautiful pictures and explore the the beautiful Cahaba River . If you love hiking, canoeing, fishing, or wildlife viewing you will love the Cahaba River National Wildlife Refuge.