Gearing up for the beginning of Louisiana's birding season Read more

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Jennifer Trotter

Louisiana's Stonehenge is a compelling place to stay, too Read more


In Grand Chenier, The Nature Conservancy nurtures a habitat for passing neotropical migratory songbirds Read more

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Brian Pavlich

Heaps to celebrate in 2018—and we couldn't have done it without you Read more

Supper Club


Wendy Wilson Billiot

Apple snails eat the vegetation until there is no more; then, with a lung that enables them to breathe out of the water, they move onto dry ground to continue feeding. Read more

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Swallow Tailed Hawk

John James Audubon

St. Francisville's Audubon Pilgrimage places more emphasis on the pioneering artist/naturalist and the environment that inspired him Read more


What's good for the goose is good for the gander ... but not the neighborhoods Read more

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Saltwater Pool

Lucie Monk Carter

Lounge next to a gleaming saltwater pool or make cultural outings along Bayou Teche Read more


Reports of strange Louisiana showers Read more


Louisiana’s whooping crane population finds surprising new habitat, but still struggles to thrive Read more

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Lake Charles, Louisiana

Photo by Lucie Monk Carter

Golden days in Southwest Louisiana Read more



Photo by Lucie Monk Carter

A 440-acre sanctuary in the heart of Baton Rouge Read more

Outdoor Adventures


Photo by Brad M. Glorioso

He's loud and looking for the ladies Read more

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Photo by Charles Fox-Smith

Even as the craze for backyard chickens spreads, no one wants the roosters Read more

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"Room to Roam" by Ed Smith Read more

Visual & Performing Arts

How to attract winter birds to your feeder Read more

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Photo by Keith Benoist

A photograph by Keith Benoist Read more

Relics Photo Project


Photo by C.C. Lockwood

An excerpt from C.C. Lockwood's latest Read more

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In Honey Island Swamp, two sportsmen made a controversial discovery Read more

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John Hartgerink

Birds of a feather may flock together, but they don’t always look the same Read more

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