Key Cave National Wildlife Refuge Alabama 35603
Key Cave National Wildlife Refuge consist of 1,060 acres. Key Cave National Wildlife Refuge is located along the Tennessee River in northwestern Alabama, and is downstream from Florence, Alabama. Established 1997 it is Governed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Key Cave is located on the northern shore of Pickwick Lake in a limestone karst area . It several underground cave systems and contains numerous sinkholes. The refuge is home to many bird species and also gray bats and cave fish.