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Freedom Flyer
Photo By Ed Voisin

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Photographer: Ed Voisin

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  • Title: Freedom Flyer
  • State/Province/Region (required): Louisiana
  • Country (required): United States
  • Nearest Area: Bayou Black, La.
  • Nearest Town: Houma
  • Description: Bald Eagle during mating season which runs here in Southeast Louisiana from late October thru the end of April.
  • Brief Directions: Approx. 60 miles Southwest of New Orleans, La. Take Hwy.90 to the Houma, Bayou Black Area. There are a number of swamp tours in this area that can show you everything from Bald Eagles, Great Egrets, Alligators, Mink, Otters, etc.
  • Notes: Only Alaska has a larger population of Eagles than Louisiana. The Terrebonne Parish area of Houma-Bayou Black has the largest population in the state. But very few stay here during the hot part of summer. Majority of the Eagles here migrate. They are mainly here between October and April.
  • Best Season: Winter
  • Gear: Nikon D300

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