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Beaverdam Swamp Boardwalk is a quiet walk through the largest Tupelo swamp in Alabama. The boardwalk is part of Wheeler Wildlife Refuge. Although damaged in the April, 2011 storms, it has been repaired and is a great place to check out.

http://www.alabamabirdingtrails.com/sites/wheeler-nwr-beaverdam-swamp-boardwalk/

http://www.huntsvilleoutdoors.com/index.php/trail-reports/13-beaverdam-swamp-boardwalk

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