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Volunteers help build and deploy Prothonotary Warbler nest boxes
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Volunteers help build and deploy Prothonotary Warbler nest boxes

Volunteers rock! Over 20 volunteers showed up this weekend to help build and deploy Prothonotary Warbler nest boxes at Acadiana Park Nature Station! With their help, and generous donations of supplies, we were able to deploy 15 nest boxes around the park. We can't wait for the beautiful sight of yellow feathers in these nest boxes this spring!

Barrier Islands: A Critical Restoration Project for People and Birds
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Barrier Islands: A Critical Restoration Project for People and Birds

Managing Barrier Islands to Maximize their Benefits to Birds

Spring migration has begun!
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Spring migration is upon us!

Here are a few things you can expect to see in Louisiana.

No Thanks, Congress. The Endangered Species Act Works Well As Is.
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No Thanks, Congress. The Endangered Species Act Works Well As Is.

— “Modernizing” the most important conservation law we have is unnecessary and dangerous.
Help Count Birds for Science during Audubon’s 117th Annual Christmas Bird Count
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Help Count Birds for Science during Audubon’s 117th Annual Christmas Bird Count

— The Christmas Bird Count is the longest-running wildlife census in the world
Living Laboratory
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Living Laboratory

The staff at the National Audubon Society's Paul J. Rainey Sanctuary in Vermilion Parish stand on the frontline of the battle for Louisiana's coast.

Shorebirds of Louisiana Wetlands Added to Conservation Effort by USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service
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Shorebirds of Louisiana Wetlands Added to Conservation Effort by USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service

11 New Working Lands for Wildlife Projects Provide Opportunities for Producers to Restore, Protect Habitat

Meet the Cutest Member of the Rail Family - The Yellow Rail!
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Meet the Cutest Member of the Rail Family - The Yellow Rail!

This secretive bird is rarely seen and hard to find, except when it migrates to southwest Louisiana during the fall “ratoon” rice harvest and can be seen flushing from the rice fields.

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