Taylor Woodlands Natural Area
Taylor Woodlands Natural Area, Jefferson County, is characterized by the closed canopy, relatively open interior, and poor drainage representative of the bottomland hardwood forests that were once widespread across the Mississippi Alluvial Plain. The dominant tree species of the wetter areas of the natural area include bald cypress, black willow, red maple, and water locust. Drier sites contain pecan, water hickory, and sugarberry trees.

Hunting is prohibited on this natural area.

From Interstate 530 at Pine Bluff, take U.S. Highway 65B east 0.2 mile to 38th Street (Phillips Road). Turn right, and travel approximately 0.8 mile south. Turn left (east) on the farm road. The natural area is within the wooded area to the north.

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