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The James W. Webb Wildlife Center

Replanting Our Nation’s Forests

Forest Overview

The James W. Webb Wildlife Center, adjacent to the Savannah River, is a 5,866-acre property of upland pine trees that provide habitat for endangered species, including the red-cockaded woodpecker and includes wild turkey and white-tailed deer habitat, bottomland hardwood forests and cypress-tupelo swamps. Webb Wildlife Center has also been designated as an "Important Bird Area" because of its variety of habitats and bird species, specifically a Significant Support Population of red-cockaded woodpecker, for which the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has a local recovery plan.

The James W. Webb Wildlife Center Needs Our Help

The red-cockaded woodpecker depends on the longleaf pine trees for its habitat, and many species that live in the area depend on diversified pine trees for their habitat. The Arbor Day Foundation needs your help so that we can establish a new longleaf pine forest and future foraging habitat. With the generous support of members and supporters, we can help save critical red-cockaded woodpecker habitat.

You can help repair damage to wildlife habitats. Read about our efforts in each and restore the awe-inspiring beauty of our state and national forests.

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