Black Bayou Lake NWR is a particularly special gem of our treasured National Wildlife Refuge System. Located just outside of Monroe, Louisiana, this refuge beauty supports an astounding diversity of plant and animal species within a boundary encompassing over 5300 acres of lake and swampland.
I hope more people will pile on to this important cause. Black Bayou Lake NWR belongs to us. Let’s treat it like a member of the family.
Not in the Northern Louisiana area? Use this handy National Wildlife Refuge Locator to find and become a friend of a Refuge near you.
Johnny Armstrong, Author
#Biodiversity advocate. Ecosystem Restorationist. Steward of an old-growth forest and woodland in northern Louisiana. #ForestFolkMatter #ScienceMatters
“Up there on your bookshelf between Tolkien and Watership Down is where this book belongs. As an anthropomorphic adventure that winds through the realm of animals possessing courage, savagery, perseverance, and ultimately wisdom in the face of mounting evil threats – humans disconnected from the natural world – the tale is relevant, if not necessary.”
Kelby Ouchley, author of Bayou Diversity: Nature & People in the Louisiana Bayou Country
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Shadowshine, An Animal Adventure
by Johnny Armstrong
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