Ragged Island Wildlife Management Area

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Ragged Island Wildlife Management Area, also known as Ragged Island Wildlife Refuge is a 1,537-acre (6.22 km2) site of unspoiled brackish marsh and small pine islands located on the south bank of the James River in Isle of Wight County, Virginia, in the United States. Known in particular for its wide range of waterfowl, the refuge is managed by the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries. It is accessed from a parking area on U.S. Highway 17 just south of the James River Bridge.

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