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Information icon Sharing Knowledge Of Wildlife And Their Habitat At An Earth Day School Event. Photo by USFWS.

Outreach and education

The Louisiana field office of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service offers information and programs to the public concerning threatened and endangered species, biodiversity, and wildlife ecology, as well as other natural resource-oriented issues in Louisiana. Come visit us to learn more about the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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Solving Puzzles To Learn About Our State’s Threatened And Endangered Species. Photo by USFWS.

Upcoming events

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We also provide educational and interpretational programs to a wide variety of audiences including public and private schools, scouts, conservation groups, and more. We believe education is the key to conserving our natural resources for future generations to enjoy.

Please contact us today if you think we’re a good fit for your event or to arrange for a biologist to come speak to your group.

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Educating Young Event Goers At Tensas River NWR Hunting and Fishing Day. Photo by USFWS.

Contact

Amy Trahan, Fish and Wildlife Biologist and Outreach Coordinator amy_Trahan@fws.gov, (337) 291-3126

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