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The Yadkin–Pee Dee River Basin (alternatively watershed or drainage basin) is a large river basin in the eastern United States, covering around 7,221 square miles, making it the second largest in the state of North Carolina.Its headwaters rise near Blowing Rock, North Carolina, and the basin drains to the Atlantic Ocean in Winyah Bay, east of Georgetown, South Carolina.

Pee Dee National Wildlife Refuge is located in both Anson and Richmond Counties in south-central North Carolina just six miles north of Wadesboro. Situated in the Triassic Basin of the lower piedmont, the refuge’s 8,500 acres of rolling hills covered with pines and hardwoods gently slope to the broad flood plain of the Pee Dee River. This area is.

Pee Dee National Wildlife Refuge winters thousands of waterfowl each year many species of ducks, geese, and swans. Did you know that some Canada geese have become "non-migrants?" Pee Dee has both resident Canada geese and wild "migrating" Canada Geese. Southern James Bay Canada Geese.