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America's Wetland Birding Trail in Louisiana

America's Wetland Birding Trail in Louisiana 

With more than 250 points of interest on four trails in Louisiana (the Mississippi River, Great Gulf Coast, Zachary Taylor Parkway and Red River birding trails), the trail system weaves through habitats ranging from freshwater and saltwater marshes to upland pines and open meadows. So, get out your walking shoes and your binoculars, and let the bird count begin! 

A few trail locations included are: 

Eddie D. Jonas Park, Keithville, Louisiana

Upper Ouachita National Wildlife Refuge, Farmerville, Louisiana

Russell Sage Wildlife Management Area, Monroe, Louisiana

Sicily Island Hills Wildlife Management Area, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana

Lake Ophelia National Wildlife Refuge, Marksville, Louisiana

Peveto Woods Bird & Butterfly Sanctuary, Cameron Parish, Louisiana

Bronwell Memorial Park & Carillon Tower, Morgan City, Louisiana

Joyce Wildlife Management Area, near Manchac, Louisiana

Cat Island National Wildlife Refuge, St. Francisville, Louisiana

Centenary State Historic Site, Jackson, Louisiana

Jean Lafitte National Historical Park's Barataria Preserve, Marrero (Jefferson Parish), Louisiana

Bayou Sauvage National Wildlife Refuge, New Orleans, Louisiana 


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