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Outdoor St. Mary Parish

The Atchafalaya Basin, one of the great ecological wonders of the United States, abounds in all types of wildlife. In addition to the wide variety of birds with 300 species noted, more than 65 species of reptiles and 46 species of mammals inhabit the Cajun Coast. The Cajun Coast offers great fishing and hunting throughout the year and birding is abundant, especially in the spring and fall, with Eagles sighted between October through the end of April. The Eagle Expo in February attracts birders from all over the world.  Paddling trails call you to kayak or canoe amid the beauty, and biking, hiking and driving trails, allow even more access to the area called "hauntingly beautiful land" by National Geographic Traveler.

1725 Willow Street
70523 W Atchafalaya Basin Spillway Levee
Franklin, 70538
400 Cotten Road
Patterson, LA 70392
P. O. Box 2332
Morgan City, LA 70381
1725 Willow St.
Franklin, LA 70538
Bayou Teche
Hwy. 182
Morgan City, LA 70380
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