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Clarks River National Wildlife Refuge is a bottomland hardwood forest located in western Kentucky near Benton. The refuge lies along the East Fork of the Clarks River and is seasonal home to over 200 different species of migratory birds. The bottom lands are dominated with overcup oaks, bald cypress, and tupelo gum, and the slightly higher, better drained areas are covered with willow oak, swamp chestnut oak, red oak, sweet gum, sycamore, ash and elm. The refuge has a surface area of 8,040.32 acres (32.54 km² or 3,254 ha).[1] References Profile of Clarks River National Wildlife Refuge Refuge website ^ USFWS Lands Report, 30 September 2007  This article incorporates public domain material from websites or documents of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. v • d • e Protected Areas of Kentucky Federal National Parks Mammoth Cave National Park National Historic Parks & Sites Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site • Cumberland Gap National Historical Park • Fort Donelson National Battlefield National Forests Daniel Boone • Jefferson National Wildlife Refuges Clarks River • Ohio River Islands • Reelfoot National Recreation Areas Big South Fork • Land Between the Lakes State State Resort Parks Barren River Lake • Benham-Lynch • Buckhorn Lake • Carter Caves • Cumberland Falls • General Butler • Grayson Lake • Green River Lake • Greenbo Lake • Jenny Wiley • Kenlake • Kentucky Dam Village • Lake Barkley • Lake Cumberland • Natural Bridge • Pennyrile Forest • Pine Mountain • Rough River Dam State Historic Sites Boone Station • Constitution Square • Dr. Thomas Walker • Isaac Shelby Cemetery • Jefferson Davis • Old Mulkey Meetinghouse • Perryville Battlefield • Waveland • White Hall • Wickliffe Mounds • William Whitley House State Recreation Parks Blue Licks Battlefield • Big Bone Lick • Carr Creek • Columbus-Belmont • Dale Hollow Lake • E. P. "Tom" Sawyer • Fishtrap Lake • Fort Boonesborough • General Burnside • John James Audubon • Kincaid Lake • Kingdom Come • Lake Malone • Levi Jackson Wilderness Road • Lincoln Homestead • Mineral Mound • My Old Kentucky Home • Nolin Lake • Old Fort Harrod • Paintsville Lake • Pine Mountain Trail • Taylorsville Lake • Yatesville Lake State Forests Dewey Lake • Kentenia • Kentucky Ridge • Knobs • Olympia • Pennyrile • Tygarts State Nature Preserves Axe Lake Swamp • Bad Branch Falls • Brigadoon • Bat Cave and Cascade Caverns• Beargrass Creek • Blackacre • Blue Licks • Jesse Stuart • Natural Bridge • Six Mile Island • Tom Dorman Other Breaks Interstate Park • Kentucky Horse Park Kentucky Department of Parks (web)