World Wildlife Day 2018: Our Staff’s Favorite Louisiana Critters

03.02.2018 | In Wildlife & Birds
By Emily Falgoust, Communications Associate, Restore the Mississippi River Delta, National Audubon Society

March 3rd is World Wildlife Day!

Coastal Louisiana is a vast and dynamic tapestry of forests, swamps, marshes, river channels, estuaries and islands. The region provides habitat for countless wildlife, including birds, fish, mammals, amphibians and more! Taken together, these habitats make up one of the largest and most productive wetland ecosystems in North America.

To celebrate World Wildlife Day, our staff are sharing about their favorite Louisiana critters!

  • Liz Skree: The Roseate Spoonbill because it’s pink! Credit: Jeffrey Karnes, Audubon.

Learn more about our precious Louisiana wildlife and why we need to protect their critical habitats here.