The Louisiana Male and Female 2013 Youth Hunters of the Year were recognized at the 2013 Louisiana Outdoor Writers Conference at the Quality Hotel in Houma on Saturday August 9th. Rebecca Triche, Executive Director of the Louisiana Wildlife Federation presented the awards to Chloe Slayter of Pineville, LA for the 2013 Female Youth Hunter of the Year and her brother Jay Chase Slayter for the 2013 Male Youth Hunter.   read the article »
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Today is August 29, 2014. Nine years ago, Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf coast, changing New Orleans and the region forever. There is much to reflect on as we remember Katrina and her aftermath. Before Katrina, the land loss issue in southern Louisiana was written off by many as a wildlife, fisheries and habitat issue. After Katrina, the importance of robust delta is recognized as a necessary part of the storm protection system. read the article »
The results of LWF's 75th Anniversary Wildlife Photographic Contest are in! See the winners in an interactive gallery... read the article »
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