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Located just South of Webbers Falls and adjoining the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge and the Canadian River sits a 129.35 Acres +/- with phenomenal potential! If you are looking for your own place to hunt, build, or run cattle then this could be just what you are looking for! The property borders N445 Rd and has power running along the frontage. The property has dense cover that deer and wildlife love and offers some seclusion to the back of the property. Several mature hardwoods and pecans are on the property as well as a few foodplots that have been used in previous years! 20 Acres of the property sits in the Canadian River and depending on the year and river flow is a full or partial island. The East side of the property adjoins the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge.
The Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1970 to provide habitat for waterfowl and other migratory birds and to provide food and cover for resident wildlife. It contains 20,800 acres (8,400 ha) on the western edge of Robert S. Kerr Reservoir in three Oklahoma Counties: Muskogee, Haskell and Sequoyah. The refuge was named in honor of Sequoyah, a Cherokee who developed an alphabet for the Cherokee language.
The refuge's land includes grasslands, bottom lands, river bluffs, and hardwood forests. The refuge manages a cooperative farming project that raises wheat, corn and soybeans on 3,000 acres (1,200 ha). Part of the crops are not harvested each year in order to attract more wildlife. Native animals include bobcat, muskrat, rabbit and deer. Hunting of geese, ducks and small game is allowed in certain areas and seasons. A special permit is required for deer hunting at specified dates.
About half of the refuge is covered by water. This attracts migratory birds such as mallards and snow geese. Fishing, primarily for bass, crappie and catfish, is allowed.
Call Richard Senn with 1776 Land Company today at 918-600-7509 to scheudle a private tour.