A paradisical island in the Seychelles archipelago is exemplary of the beautiful but vulnerable ecosystems that will be protected from toxic waste. - Image courtesy of Tommaso Nervegna

Protecting Paradise

Protected: Mammals On My Mind! An Account of our Louisiana Master Naturalists Northeast Mammals Workshop

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Frog watching — Find The Frog. Part 1

Cheniere Lake as viewed from Area 1 on a warm night in July 2014 under a hunter's moon. F8 30 second exposure at ISO 100 with illumination from headlights and off camera flash. C. Paxton image and copyright.

Cheniere Lake Exhibition: Amber Glow of Hunter’s Moon

Cheniere Lake under a hunter's moon in July 2014. Image and copyright C. Paxton

Cheniere Lake Exhibition: Moonlit Bayou

A male lion photographed in repose at Africat centre in Namibia. C. Paxton photo and copyright.

Why The Lion’s Share is a Big Deal

Kalem sampling aquatic life in Redwine creek by Cast-net with Louisiana Master Naturalists Northeast.

Wading in to Watershed Dynamics — An Account of LMNNe’s Sixth Workshop.

Head Librarian Stephanie Antley-Hermann standing beside a Pelican crafted from party balloons next to an image of a bird killed by a entanglement. Balloon releases equate to mass litering. It can take up to 4 years for a latex balloon to break down, more those made of mylar. Cattle have been known to choke on paper balloons. The ones with candles have been described as random incendiary devices!

Save Our Swamp — Art Litter Awareness Exhibition At Union Parish Library

A lady in cammo clothing photographing birds at Shady Lake

Spring in the Mountains, Camping in Arkansas’ Ouachita National Forest

Grass carp feeding in a flooded field near the Ouachita river, West Monroe, Louisiana. C. Paxton image and copyright.

Spring Fish Watching – Carpe Diem!