Youngsters at the Big Bass Rodeo touch a channel catfish at Louisiana Department and Wildlife and Fisheries Mobile Touch Tank. The Mobile Touch Tank allows anyone to see, touch and feel local fish species.

New Orleans City Park and LDWF partnered for Big Bass Rodeo, Boats on the Bayou and FISHtival

Since 2005 and the waters of Katrina receded from city park, both the park and the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) have been…

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Jeff Corwin Introduces a new series of Explorer Field Guides

Jeff Corwin Introduces a new series of Explorer Field Guides

JeffCorwinConnect has released a set of six fold out field guides, ranging from species like wild cats and dogs to snakes and primates. The Jeff…

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Trapping Woodcock

Trapping Woodcock

As the sun goes down on Baton Rouge, biologist Jeff Duguay hustles together his belongings and fights the rush hour traffic out of the city…

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Effects of Cross-Bayou Weir failure

Effects of Cross-Bayou Weir failure

Story by Joshua Bergeron The failure of Cross Bayou Weir, located in the Larto-Saline Complex, will cause little to no damage to one of the…

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Women in the Wild participants eagerly await to cast their rods out as the sun began to creep up over the horizon.

Women in the Wild

Story and Photos by Alden Allen The roar of the boat engine broke the silence of the early morning. In the dim light dawn afforded,…

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Fishing the Mississippi?

Fishing the Mississippi?

The Mississippi River is such an imposing waterway that it’s almost universally overlooked as a recreational resource. Recently the Lower Mississippi River Conservation Committee (LMRCC)…

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Biologist Beau Gregory handles a Louisiana Pine snake before releasing it.

Louisiana Pine Snake

Story and Photos by Gabe Giffin In a longleaf pine forest in north Louisiana, there’s a moment of suspense for biologist Beau Gregory each time…

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