If we don't save coastal Louisiana, people won't be only creatures to be impacted. Millions of birds spend part or all of their life cycle in south Louisiana. Our barrier islands, headland beaches, forested wetlands and upland forests provide critical shelter and food sources for migratory birds, many of which are rare, threatened and endangered species.
Without this critical habitat, our feathered friends will surely feel the effect. Let's restore and preserve coastal Louisiana for the migratory birds that depend on coastal Louisiana.
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