Nature and People in the Louisiana Bayou Country

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Louisianas bayous and their watersheds teem with cypress trees, alligators, crawfish, and many other life forms. From Bayou Tigre to Half Moon Bayou, these sluggish streams meander through lowlands, marshes, and even uplands to dominate the stateÆs landscape. In Bayou-Diversity, conservationist Kelby Ouchley reveals the bayouÆs intricate web of flora and fauna. Through a collection of essays about LouisianaÆs natural history, Ouchley details an amazing array of plants and animals found in the Bayou State. Baldcypress, orchids, feral hogs, eels, black bears, bald eagles and cottonmouth snakes l.
Publisher: Baton Rouge, La. : Louisiana State University Press, ©2011.
Characteristics: data file
1 online resource (xi, 226 pages) : illustrations, maps


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