If you are referring to the Big Lake Wilderness in Arkansas, USA, it is 2,144 acres. It is considered part of the Big Lake National Wildlife Refuge that was established in 1915 as a safe haven for migrating birds and other wildlife, and it maintained by the Fish and Wildlife Service. The area generally supports a swampy ecosystem, and is home to many plant types, such as the giant bald cypress and black willow in the submerged areas, and fauna include deer and smaller mammals. Other trees like cottonwood, oak, and red maple reside in the drier areas of the reserve.
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