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Catahoula Lake drawdown to help ducks in dall

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Photo by GLYNN HARRIS- Work is being done on Catahoula Lake to insure that when the fall migration of waterfowl takes place, the birds will have plenty to eat.

Catahoula Lake has always been a bit of a mystery to me. Once the waterfowl migration gets underway each fall and winter, the focus is on this sprawling body of water covering some 30,000 acres in LaSalle and Rapides Parishes because the lake is a stop-over site for millions of waterfowl on their way south for the winter.

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