Pictures of Perdido River

Perdido River is the main source of water for Perdido Bay. It is a beautiful river with little development. It is a sand and gravel river. The waters are slightly tan and the banks are lined with white cedar. From the mouth for about 4 miles up the river, the river is wide and the flow is tidally influenced.

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Perdido River at its mouth Hurst Hammock boat ramp A clearing near Alligator Bayou Mallow flowers
Red bay seed pods Water lillies Stumps from old logging Osprey nest
Remains of old logging dock NRA Christmas Nature Conservency park Footprints of ?
Wildlife River plant River vegetation Pilings from old bridge
Dead end cove Sunken boat Snags Hwy 90 bridge
Tiger lillies Mouth of river Looking out into Perdido Bay
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