Red Slough Wildlife Management Area

Red Slough Wildlife Management Area Ouachita National Forest
South of Idabel, OK 74728

Phone: 580-494-6402
Fax: 580-494-6406
Description

The Red Slough Wildlife Management Area is a premier watchable wildlife area in southeastern Oklahoma. To date, 312 bird species have been documented within its 5,814 acres of marshes, wetlands, lakes and forestland, including many species which are rare and not regularly found elsewhere within the state. Birders have likened this area to the gulf coast habitats of Florida and Louisiana. Unique species such as the roseate spoonbill, purple gallinule, white ibis, wood stork, yellow rail and black-bellied whistling duck have brought visitors from several states and countries to the slough. Waterfowl ...

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  • General Information: Free admission

  • On-site Activities: Hiking, Hunting, Watchable Wildlife

  • Suitable for Ages: Adults (18+), Children (up to 12), Teens (13-18)

  • Tour Information: Guided Tours

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Open 24 hours

Monday

Open 24 hours

Tuesday

Open 24 hours

Wednesday

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Thursday

Open 24 hours

Friday

Open 24 hours

Saturday

Open 24 hours

From Idabel, travel Hwy 259 S approx 18 miles to Hwy 87. Turn east on Hwy 87 and travel approx 3 miles. Turn north onto Mudline Rd to access area.

Primary Contact:

Robert Bastarache

Group Contact:

David Arbour




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