North Louisiana Wildlife: Follow us down the dirt roads and through the pine trees!

Curious about where you can meet your favorite animals in North Louisiana? Want to identify that butterfly visiting your garden? North Louisiana Wildlife may be able to help you. Explore our outdoors and learn about the wildlife found throughout North Louisiana.


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Bald Eagles

Did you know that Louisiana is home to nearly 1000 nesting pairs of bald eagles? Bald Eagles at a Glance Key Features: Adult bald eagles are large brown bodied birds with white heads and tails, yellow beaks and legs, large talons that can snatch small mammals and fish up and carry them wriggling through the […]

Bronze Frogs

Did you know the bronze frog is a subspecies of green frog? Bronze Frogs at a Glance Key Features: Bronze frogs are large, green or brown frogs who live in wetlands. You can identify a bronze frog by the dorsal fold ridge that runs from the eye to the back leg. Conservation Status: Least – […]

American Goldfinches

Did you know that both members of an American goldfinch pair have identical calls? American Goldfinches at a Glance Key Features: Male American goldfinches are small, yellow birds with black foreheads and wings and white markings. Females are olive on top and dull yellow on the bottom. Least Concern – Population Increasing Habitat: Backyards, fields, […]


Did you know that all domestic ducks, except for the muscovy are descended from mallards? Mallardsat a Glance Key Features: Mallards are gray with brown chests and black rears. Females are brown with white-bordered blue patches on their wings. Least Concern – Population Decreasing Habitat: Wetlands, lakes, ponds, rivers, streams, and reservoirs nesting habits: Mallards […]

Dark-Eyed Juncos

Did you know that dark-eyed junco is the most common bird in North America?   Dark-Eyed Juncos at a Glance Key Features: Dark-eyed juncos are gray or brown with pink beaks and white outer tail feathers. Least Concern – Population Stable Habitat: Fields, forests, gardens, and parks nesting habits: Dark-eyed juncos build their nests In […]

Northern Flickers

Did you know that northern flickers make as much noise as possible to communicate and defend their territories? Northern Flickersat a Glance Key Features: Northern flickers are brown black on their scalps. Male yellow-shafted northern flickers have yellow shafts, black whiskers, and red on their napes. Females have yellow shafts. Least Concern – Population Decreasing […]

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