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

Rodent tooth in fresh Bobcat scat. The anterior surface of the tooth is orange because it is fortified with iron. C. Paxton image and copyright.

Bobcat Business at Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge

The unique ridge earthworks of Poverty Point near Epps, Louisiana.

Recent Fun in Louisiana’s Northeast — Atlatls and Wildlife Spectacles

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Frog watching — Find The Frog. Part 1

Sunlight diffracting through Bald Cypress foliage. This Savannah is beloved by Blue and Painted buntings, Cardinals and White throated sparrows. C.Paxton image and copyright.

Cheniere Exhibition: Light!

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

Cheniere Lake Exhibition: Moonlit Bayou

Not leaves, but Giant Tiger Swallowtails.

Event List for Louisiana Nature

Gulf Fritilary butterflies vie in beauty with the flowers that nourish them in Black Bayou's lovely new Pollinators' Garden.

Enjoy Autumn Outdoors at Black Bayou’s Fall Festival

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

Micah Petty, President of Louisiana Exotic Animal Rehabilitation Network addressing Louisiana Master Naturalists Northeast on the subject of Wildlife Rehabilitation at Union Parish Library August 28, 2018

A Kite On A String and Other Tales of Wildlife Rehabilitation