Albertine Kimble is a duck hunter in Plaquemines Parish. Having worked for the parish, she knows the local wetlands better than almost anyone. In her own words, she explains how leveeing has prevented the Mississippi River from flowing its natural course and has deprived the wetlands of essential nutrients and sediment. As Kimble took the Smithsonian Channel to her favorite hunting spots, she shares how the dying marsh is disrupting the bird migration route, the Mississippi Flyway, and could eventually put New Orleans at risk.
The Duck Camp Dinner crew heads west to the cajun prairies of Louisiana where specklebelly geese are king of the sky. […]
In this Outside the Levees video, Jared Serigné went commercial alligator hunting in Louisiana. Afterwards, he cooked up alligator tacos. […]