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Barham, then secretary of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, shows some of the oily mess left behind in the marsh following the Deepwater Horizon spill  in 2010.

The best eight years of his life

November 15 at 6:00am
In many cases, wildlife enforcement agents have been observing a situation long before they actually approach you.

Dos and don’ts when the warden arrives

When interacting with a wildlife agent, try these tips for a smoother encounter
November 14 at 3:25pm
Squirrel hunters across the state, especially in central Louisiana, have found good numbers of bushytails in the first month of the season, which started on Oct. 7.<br />

Squirrel season off to solid start

Louisiana squirrel hunters found good numbers of squirrels during the first month of the season – especially in hardwood forests in central Louisiana
November 10 at 4:18pm
Hunters need to make every shot count on opening morning, since estimates indicate about half the amount of ducks are in the state this year compared to opening day of 2016.

Duck numbers down ahead of opening day

1.54 million birds is half of last November’s estimate, LDWF says
November 10 at 2:51pm

Biloxi shrimper cited for alleged TED violations in Breton Sound

More than 2,000 pounds of shrimp seized in the investigation, LDWF says
November 10 at 9:08am
Advances in battery-powered tools like a hedge trimmer and reciprocating saw make the job of brushing your blind much easier.

Blind brushing tips for opening day

Battery-powered tools make the job much easier
November 06 at 11:00am
New Jersey artist Tim Taylor's painting of a pair of canvasbacks against a cloud-filled sky will be featured on the 2018 Louisiana Duck Stamp that will go on sale next summer on June 1.

New Jersey artist’s painting selected for 2018 Louisiana Duck Stamp

Stamp featuring canvasback pair will go on sale June 1, 2018, LDWF says
November 03 at 10:56am

Haynesville man busted for alleged deer violations

Hunter admitted to harvesting two does in the same day, LDWF says
November 02 at 4:06pm
Robert Barham hunting ducks in the shallow flooded timber near his home in Oak Ridge.

A wildlife legacy - Robert Barham’s wildlife legacy

The former head of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries shares a few hunting tips, discusses his family’s impact on North Louisiana hunters and reflects on his tenure overseeing the LDWF.
November 01 at 7:00am
Larry Reynolds, waterfowl study leader for the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, shows off a nice limit of grey ducks on his lease in Cameron Parish. 

Duck commander

The state’s waterfowl study leader eats, breathes and sleeps ducks — on the job and in the blind. Learn Larry Reynolds’ top tips to shoot more birds this season.
November 01 at 7:00am

Body of missing boater recovered Friday in Bayou Bienvenue

Victim fell overboard while fishing near Chalmette on Oct. 26, LDWF says
October 30 at 9:25am

Sulphur man arrested for allegedly guiding without a license

Fontenot cited for booking 87 trips without a license, LDWF says
October 17 at 3:30pm

LDWF agent rescues two Belle Chasse teens swamped in Lake Salvador

Boat capsized after taking on water, LDWF says
October 16 at 9:44am