Common NW Louisiana species
Louisiana doesn't have a monopoly on the species in this gallery, nor are they rarities in the wild. In fact, Louisiana spends over $15 million annually trying to remove these species.
The herons, egrets, frogs, dragonflies, birds and fish that co-habitate with these "commoners" never complain of their presence, but are tolerant of US who turn these "commoners" loose in their backyards
Innocent defenseless tolerance!
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