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Elm Grove Man Sentenced to Two Years in Jail for Illegal Silencer Possession

Release Date: 06/21/2012

June 21, 2012 - After a two and a half year investigation, an Elm Grove man was sentenced on June 20 in Federal Court in Shreveport to two years in a federal penitentiary for illegal possession of a silencer.

Senior Judge Tom Stagg of the U.S. Western District Court accepted Brett Roberts’, 52, guilty plea to the federal charge of possessing a homemade silencer and sentenced him to two years in a federal jail and three years of supervised probation.

LDWF Enforcement Division agents initiated the investigation in November of 2009 after receiving multiple tips that Roberts was illegally night hunting in the Bossier and Webster parish areas.  LDWF undercover agents were able to make contact with Roberts and tag along during some of his illegal hunts and witnessed other illegal activities.

LDWF undercover agents discovered that Roberts was using a homemade silencer on a .22 caliber rifle to kill deer at night and out of season.  Undercover agents witnessed Roberts hunt from a public road from his vehicle and sell deer meat.  Undercover agents also purchased methamphetamines, a stolen boat motor and a rifle silencer from Roberts.

On Jan. 31, 2011, LDWF and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agents executed a search warrant of Roberts’ residence and charged Roberts with 228 counts of illegal activities.  Roberts was subsequently booked into the Bossier Max Detention Center in Bossier Parish and the Bayou Dorcheat Correctional Center in Webster Parish.

On July 12, 2011, Roberts pled guilty to the following state charges in Bossier Parish; illegal possession of stolen things, possession of drug paraphernalia, hunting with an illegal firearm, hunting deer with illegal methods, hunting and taking deer during illegal hours and hunting from a public road.  Judge Ford Stinson of the 26th District Court sentenced Roberts to serve six months in jail in the Bossier Parish Jail with three months suspended, a $3,000 fine, restitution of $5,300, two years of supervised probation and a five year hunting ban.

On Aug. 5, 2011 Roberts pled guilty to the following state charges in Webster Parish; possession of drug paraphernalia, taking deer during illegal hours, possession of untagged deer, failing to maintain sex identification of deer, failing to tag deer and possession of illegally taken deer.  Judge Bruce Bolin of the 26th District Court in Benton, La. Sentenced Roberts to 18 months in the Webster Parish Jail of which six months were suspended, a $3,000 fine, restitution of $5,300 and two years of supervised probation.  Roberts must also forfeit his hunting privileges.

The jail, probation and restitution charges for each parish run concurrently bringing the total state punishment for Roberts to 12 months of jail, a $6,000 fine, a $5,300 restitution charge and two years of probation.

LDWF agents assisting undercover agents in the case were Senior Agents Jared McIver, Cullom Schexnyder, Wesley Duck, Bryant Coburn, Michael Dunn and Joey Melton; Sgts. Mike Kelley and Ryan Brashier; and Lt. Kenny Balkom.

Prosecuting the state charges were Assistant District Attorneys Sherb Sentell for Webster Parish and Santi Parks for Bossier Parish.  U.S. Assistant District Attorney Robert France prosecuted the federal charge.

For more information, contact Adam Einck at 225-765-2465 or aeinck@wlf.la.gov.

LDWF Enforcement Division Cooperating In Operation Dry Water June 22-24

Release Date: 06/20/2012

Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Law Enforcement Division (LDWF/LED) agents will take part in Operation Dry Water from June 22-24 with increased patrols for operating or driving a boat while intoxicated (DWI) enforcement and boating safety.

During the Operation Dry Water weekend, LDWF agents will be out in force patrolling state waterways for boat operators whose blood alcohol content exceeds the state limit of .08 percent.

"We want people to be safe and have fun while boating recreationally," commented Lt. Col. Jeff Mayne, LDWF’s state Boating Law Administrator.  "But alcohol use has become one of the leading contributing factors in fatal recreational boating crash incidents.  We recommend a sober operator of the vessel just like you would have a sober driver on the road."

Alcohol can impair a boater’s judgment, balance, vision and reaction time.  It can increase fatigue and susceptibility to the effects of cold-water immersion.  Sun, wind, noise, vibration and motion intensify the side effects of alcohol, drugs and some prescription medications.

Louisiana had 36 fatalities from boating crash incidents in 2011 with five of those listing alcohol as a primary cause.  Nationwide, statistics from 2011 reveal that 16 percent of all boat incident fatalities were a direct result of alcohol or drug use.

LDWF agents issued 108 DWI citations to boat operators in 2011 with 10 of those occurring over the Operation Dry Water weekend.

Impaired boaters caught this weekend can expect penalties to be severe.  In Louisiana, a DWI on the water carries the same penalties and fines as on the road and includes jail time, fines and loss of driving and boating operator privileges.

Anyone cited for a DWI on the water or on the road will lose his or her driver's license and boating privileges for the specified time ordered by the judge in the case.  Also, each offense of operating a vehicle or vessel while intoxicated counts toward the total number of DWI crimes whether they happened on the water or road.

In Louisiana a DWI can be issued to anyone operating a moving vessel or vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of .08 or higher.  First offense DWI carries a $300 to $1,000 fine and up to six months in jail.  Second offense DWI brings a $750 to $1,000 fine and between 30 days and six months in jail.  Third offense DWI carries a $5,000 fine and between one and five years in jail.

“There will be arrests this weekend and some boaters will face the consequences of operating a boat while impaired," added Lt. Col. Mayne.  "But we'd much rather arrest someone than to have to tell their friends and family they're never coming back."

Operation Dry Water was started in 2009 and is a joint program involving the LDWF/LED, the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) and the U.S. Coast Guard.  More information is available at www.operationdrywater.org.

To schedule a media ride along or for more information, please contact Adam Einck at 225-765-2465 or aeinck@wlf.la.gov.

Officials Find Second Body in Lake St. John

Release Date: 06/17/2012

Search and rescue teams from the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) Enforcement Division and Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office recovered the body of a second boater from Lake St. John around 11:30 a.m. this morning, June 17.

Authorities located the body of Larry Allen, 52, of Pearl, Miss., under a collapsed pier on Lake St. John in Concordia Parish.  Allen was a passenger in a boat that crashed into a pier shortly after midnight on June 16 that also killed the operator.

LDWF agents responded to a boating incident on Lake St. John around 12:15 a.m. on June 16.  Bruce Pickle, 50, of Ferriday, was found in the water by some onlookers after they witnessed him crash into a pier on Lake St. John with his bass boat.  Pickle was ejected from the boat and was recovered by the witnesses who attempted CPR on him before authorities arrived.

Later on the morning of June 16, LDWF agents received a call about the possibility of Allen being a passenger with Pickle at the time of the wreck.  LDWF agents along with the Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office immediately began searching for Allen.  Searchers had to remove the collapsed pier in order to get to Allen who was trapped underneath the wreckage.

Both Pickle and Allen were transferred to the Concordia Parish Coroner’s Office.  LDWF agents did pull a blood sample from each man as standard procedure for a toxicology report, but do not suspect alcohol or drugs played a role in this incident at this time.

Neither man was wearing a personal flotation device.  The causes of death are unknown at this time.

For more information, contact Adam Einck at 225-354-9517 or aeinck@wlf.la.gov.

Boating Incident in Lake St. John Results in Fatality

Release Date: 06/16/2012

June 16, 2012 --- Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) Enforcement Division agents responded to a boating incident on Lake St. John that left one man dead and possibly another at 12:15 a.m. this morning, June 16.

Bruce Pickle, 50, was found in the water by some onlookers after they witnessed him crash into a pier on Lake St. John with his bass boat around midnight.  Pickle was ejected from the boat and was recovered by the witnesses who attempted CPR on him before authorities arrived.

Pickle’s body was transferred to the Concordia Parish Coroner’s Office.  LDWF agents did pull a blood sample for a toxicology report, but do not suspect alcohol or drugs played a role in this incident at this time.

This morning, LDWF agents received a call about the possibility of another person still under the water at the wreck scene at the pier.  The call has led authorities to believe there may have been a passenger with Pickle at the time of the wreck.

LDWF agents along with the Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office have begun searching for this possible missing boater.

Pickle was not wearing a personal flotation device.  His cause of death is unknown at this time.

For more information, contact Adam Einck at 225-354-9517 or aeinck@wlf.la.gov.

Louisiana Operation Game Thief Issues $8,500 In Rewards To Tipsters

Release Date: 06/15/2012

Louisiana Operation Game Thief, Inc. (LOGT), a Louisiana wildlife crime-stoppers program, awarded $8,500 to diligent citizens statewide at their quarterly meeting on May 19 in Woodworth.

The group approved and dispensed cash reward amounts for tipsters who reported wildlife violations that led to 25 subjects being apprehended in wildlife cases.  There were a total of 17 cases presented and 65 offenses associated with those cases.

Louisiana Department Wildlife Fisheries (LDWF) Enforcement LOGT Coordinator Lt. Will Roberts provided LOGT members with information on each case and a recommendation for reward amounts.

“We depend on Operation Game Thief and these public tips to help break a lot of cases that might have otherwise gone unsolved,” Roberts said.  “These tips led to a few turkey baiting cases, closed season and over limit waterfowl cases and a night hunting case.”

Anyone wishing to report wildlife or fisheries violations should anonymously call LDWF’s 24-hour toll free Operation Game Thief hotline at 1-800-442-2511 or utilize LDWF's new tip411 program.  To use the tip411 program, citizens can anonymously text LADWF and their tip to 847411 or download the "LADWF Tips" iPhone app from the Apple iTunes store free of charge.  CitizenObserver, the tip411 provider, uses technology that removes all identifying information before LDWF receives the text so that LDWF cannot identify the sender.

LOGT was instituted in 1984 and provides cash rewards for information leading to the arrest of violators of fish and wildlife regulations.  Funds are raised through private donations, court directed contributions and through contributions from cooperative endeavor agreements with organizations such as the National Wild Turkey Federation and Quality Deer Management Association.

To make a donation to the LOGT that can be used for cash rewards, please contact Lt. Will Roberts at wroberts@wlf.la.gov.

LOGT meets quarterly throughout the year to review cases and dispense rewards.

For more information, contact Adam Einck at aeinck@wlf.la.gov or 225-765-2465.

Amended -- Shrimp Season to Close Saturday June 23 in Parts of Inside Waters

Release Date: 06/15/2012

2012 Spring Shrimp Closure Map

(June 14, 2012) – Today, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries announced the 2012 spring inshore shrimp season will close at 6 a.m. on Saturday, June 23 in the Vermilion-Teche, Atchafalaya River and Terrebonne Basins.

The shrimp season closure includes state inside waters from the western shore of Freshwater Bayou Canal eastward to the eastern shore of Bayou Lafourche. 

Data collected in recent weeks by LDWF biologists indicates increased quantity, distribution and percentage of small, juvenile white shrimp within these waters.  The decision to close this area was made in an effort to protect these developing shrimp and provide opportunity for growth to larger and more marketable sizes.

All remaining state inside waters, as well as all state outside waters seaward of the Inside/Outside shrimp line, will remain open to shrimp harvesting until further notice, with the exception of those areas still closed to recreational and commercial fishing due to the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.  Maps of the areas still closed to recreational and commercial fishing are posted to the LDWF website at www.wlf.louisiana.gov/oilspill

The Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is charged with managing and protecting Louisiana's abundant natural resources. For more information, visit us at www.wlf.louisiana.gov, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ldwffb, or follow us on Twitter @LDWF.

For more information, contact Martin Bourgeois at (985) 594-4130 or mbourgeois@wlf.la.gov.  For press inquiries, contact Ashley Wethey at (225) 765-2396 or awethey@wlf.la.gov.

 

WEEKLY eNEWS: Events, Workshops, Contests, Job Opportunity, Resources

A Compilation of Environmental Education News from Across Louisiana.

EVENTS

Save the Date!
The Louisiana Association of Teachers of Mathematics (LATM) and The Louisiana Science Teachers Association (LSTA) joint conference will be held in Shreveport, Louisiana on November 12-14, 2012 at the Shreveport Convention Center located at 400 Caddo Street. Go to http://lamath.org/conference2012for forms and additional information.

 

WORKSHOPS

NASA Regional Application Center (RAC) / UL Lafayette & the Louisiana Geographic Information Center (LAGIC)
Present Working with ArcGIS Spatial Analyst 9.3 Training Workshop
Interested in adding increased efficiency - and professionalism to your GIS efforts? LAGIC presents a three day ArcGIS Spatial Analyst training workshop, taught by our certified ESRI Trainer. This training is designed specifically for advanced GIS users to conduct sophisticated spatial analyses and create spatial models. All training includes ESRI certified materials, booklets, certificates, and 60 days ArcGIS 9.3 evaluation software. There are spots open in the following classes:
        ArcGIS Desktop II             06/18/2012–06/20/2012                $990
        ArcGIS Desktop III           07/10/2012–07/11/2012                $660
        Spatial Analyst 9.3            08/07/2012–08/09/2012                $990
ArcGIS V 10 for Desktop and V 9.3 for ArcGIS Spatial Analyst is also available. Full time student only can receive up to a 50% discount. To register please visit our website: http://lagic.lsu.edu/Training.asp. All the information is in the attached flyers, please contact Alaa Shams at ashams@lsu.eduwith questions and to register.

 

CONTESTS

Bartlett Award Nomination (Deadline: June 15)
The Richard C. Bartlett Environmental Education Award is given annually to an outstanding middle or high school teacher who successfully integrates environmental education into their curriculum and engages students in interdisciplinary solutions to environmental challenges. The award recognizes an educator who can serve as an inspiration and model for others. The 2012 Richard C. Bartlett Environmental Education Award will go to a high school teacher, which includes grades 9-12. Because middle and high school teachers may face different challenges in their teaching on the environment, the award alternates between middle and high school teachers each year. The Richard C. Bartlett Environmental Education Award winner will receive $5,000 and two merit winners will receive $750 each. Read about past Richard C. Bartlett Environmental Education Award winners. Nominations for the Richard C. Bartlett Environmental Education Award are due June 15, 2012. Nominate yourself or a teacher you know today!

Gulf Restoration Network Video Contest (Deadline: August 15)
Gulf Restoration Network is currently accepting submissions for their annual Defend the Gulf Short Film Showcase. The contest is a great opportunity for filmmakers, videographers, and Gulf supporters to utilize their talents to create short films, defend the Gulf, and win big prizes. They are looking for short films and PSA’s to communicate the Gulf’s environmental issues and promote restoration. From the history of the Atakapa-Ishak tribe that has witnessed the wetlands disappear over generations to surfing (or not surfing due to pollution) off the panhandle of Florida, the Gulf has many environmental stories to tell. You can help by sharing your story! Winners will be divided into three categories: Best Short FilmBest PSA, and People’s Choice Award. Each film contest winner will receive prize packages worth over $1,000, including two VIP Weekend passes to Voodoo Music Festival. Winners and runners up will be featured in the 2012 Defend the Gulf Short Film Showcase, which will be screened at over 200 events hosted by GRN volunteers all over the country, the Timecode: NOLA FFone Film Festival, and the Voodoo Music Festival. Deadline for videos is August 15, 2012. Don’t miss the chance to get your talents noticed and defend the Gulf of Mexico! Detailed submission guidelines and other information can be found at www.healthygulf.org/shortfilmshowcase

 

JOB OPPORTUNITY

Jefferson Parish Job Announcement
Jefferson Parish has a job opening for an Environmental Quality Technician II position within the Department of Environmental Affairs. The job position would assist the Coastal Programs Supervisor. For further information about this position and how to apply, please click on the following link: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/jeffparish/default.cfm

 

RESOURCES

Chevron’s Energyville
Chevron has developed an energy game to help students try to make informed decisions about a city’s energy needs, while considering the economic, security, and environmental impacts of these decisions. It provides a fun way for students to explore energy usage and its many implications for society and the environment. http://www.energyville.com/energyville

Show Me Wildlife
The Council for Environmental Education’s Growing Up Wild resources includes Show Me Wildlife http://www.projectwild.org/GrowingUpWILD/showmewildlife.htm, which allows you to view an array of wildlife videos and photos online, including insects, animals, plants, and more. Available resources for connecting young learners to their environment include: Army Ants on a Raid, Gardens Spider Spinning Web, Pelican Feeding, Looking a Fall Leaves, etc.

A Recipe for Clean Water
This middle school lesson was developed by Wet in the City, an urban environmental education program focused on water resources. Students examine the labels of household products to see which hazardous chemicals they contain. They then seek out and test less toxic alternatives to ensure less toxins enter the environment.  Environmental science, math, and health components. http://www.wetcity.org/documents/RecipeforCleanWater-2007.pdf

Canopy in the Clouds
Funded by the National Geographic Society, the National Science Foundation, and the Tropical Science Center of Costa Rica, this expansive video experience presents an amazing look at a tropical montane cloud forest, with click on links to information/videos at each level. The site includes classroom lessons for grades 6-8 and background information for teachers. Topics include water, weather, soils, ecology, evolution, biodiversity, etc.  http://www.canopyintheclouds.com

 

Find out about wetland outreach activities including symposiums, conferences, meetings, educational opportunities, volunteer opportunities, and related support material at the Louisiana Unified Coastal Community Calendar at http://lacoast.gov/calendar/


Venise Ortego, Environmental Education Coordinator, 337-948-0255, vortego@wlf.la.gov
Juliet Raffray, Environmental Education Assistant Coordinator, 225-765-0124, jraffray@wlf.la.gov
Louisiana Department of Wildlife & Fisheries – www.wlf.louisiana.gov/eec  


 

WEEKLY eNEWS: Special Announcement of Upcoming Events

Zooisiana on LPB Tonight
Zooisiana is a behind-the-scenes look at what goes on at four of the state’s zoos – BREC’s Baton Rouge Zoo, the Alexandria Zoological Park, the Louisiana Purchase Gardens and Zoo in Monroe, and the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans. The program will air again on the following dates. This LPB program also has a segment on the endangered Whooping Crane and efforts to bring it back to southwest Louisiana.
        Friday, June 8, 10:30 pm on LPB3
        Saturday, June 9, 11:30 pm on LPB2
        Sunday, June 10, 05:30 pm on LPB
        Monday, June 11, 12:00 am on LPB
Visit LPB’s websitefor more information on the Zooisianaprogram.

Household Hazardous Materials Collection Day for Orleans Parish Residents Only (JUNE 9)
City of New Orleans – Department Of Sanitation – Household Hazardous Materials Collection Day
Rescheduled From May 12, 2012 - Due To Inclement Weather
NEW DATE - SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 2012
8:00 AM–1:00 PM
2829 Elysian Fields Avenue
Proof of Residency Required: Valid Driver’s License or Brake Tag
ITEMS ACCEPTED ON JUNE 9THONLY
*Batteries (Household/Auto)
*Televisions
*Aerosols
*Incandescent Bulbs
*Paint (Latex and Oil Based)
*Household Cleaners
*Fluorescent Bulbs
*Paint Thinner, Varnish
*Draino, Bleach
*Pesticides
*Grout
*Flammable Liquids
*Garden Chemicals
*Oil, Gasoline
*Mercury Devices
*Muriatic Acid
*Antifreeze
*Pool Shock
Items also accepted on June 9thand at all monthly (second Saturday) drop off days
Paper (newspaper/magazines/office paper/junk mail/phone books)
*Ink Jet cartridges, toner cartridges
*Digital cameras, DVRs, digital picture frames
Metals (aluminum/steel/tin)
*Laptops
*Stereos and Speakers
Plastics (#1 through #3)
*Printers and Fax machines
*Telephones, cords, systems
*Cell Phones/Beepers/Pagers
*Uninterruptible Power Supplies
*Security Systems
*Computers, processors, monitors
*Circuit Boards
*GPS devices
*Xboxes, Playstations, Wii
*MP3 players
*DVD Movies & Video games
Not accepting: explosives, radioactive materials, medical waste, asbestos, glass, hazardous waste from businesses or schools
*These items should never be placed in garbage or curbside recycling carts or bins
Sponsored by: Keep New Orleans Beautiful, CACRC, The Green Project, FCC Environmental, Sewerage and Water Board, Materials Management Group, The Young Leadership Council, Urban League Young Professionals, Coca Cola, Office of Neighborhood Engagement, Office of Coastal and Environmental Affairs, DPM, DPW, NOPD, NOFD, NOEMS, OPSO.
For more information or to become a sponsor: Email Sanitation@nola.govor call (504) 658-3800


 

Juliet Raffray, Environmental Education Assistant Coordinator, 225-765-0124, jraffray@wlf.la.gov
Venise Ortego, Environmental Education Coordinator, 337-948-0255, vortego@wlf.la.gov
Louisiana Department of Wildlife & Fisheries – www.wlf.louisiana.gov/eec

Louisiana Seafood Promotion and Marketing Board to Meet June 12

Release Date: 06/07/2012

The next meeting for the Louisiana Seafood Promotion and Marketing Board will be held at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, June 12 in New Orleans at the UNO Advanced Technology 2021 Lakeshore Drive, suite 310.  The public is invited to attend

The agenda is below:

I. Call to order and introduction of guests

II. Adoption of the Agenda

III. Reading and approval of minutes from March 29, 2012

IV. Opening Remarks (Ewell Smith)

V. Nicholl’s State University (Dr. Stephen Hulbert, Dr. Marilyn Kilgen)

VI. Update on New Orleans Arena Naming Rights (Mark Cotter, The Food Group)
       A. Ratify existing sponsorship and final payment

VII. Reports
       A. Marketing/Sponsorship Committee Report
       B. Legislative Committee Report
            i. Recap of the 2012 Regular Session (Eric Sunstrom, Cole Garrett)
      C. Executive Director’s Report (Ewell Smith)
            i. Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) for emergency preparedness
            ii. Strategic Marketing Plan

VIII. Treasurer’s Report through April 31, 2012
      A. EDRP Grant
      B. BP 3Q FY 2012 Report
      C. Finance Committee Report

IX. Old Business
      A. Seafood Marketing Campaign Update
           i. GCR (Dan Austin, GCR Consulting)
                 1. Louisiana Economic Development Mailers
                 2. Consumer and processor surveys
                 3. Food Truck Memos
          ii. The Food Group (Mark Cotter, The Food Group)
                 1. Tactics within the strategic framework
                 2. B2B Programs
                        a. Rules of Engagement (protocol)
                3. Update on existing task orders
                4. Proposed new projects
          iii. Graham Group (George Graham/Kathy Anderson, Graham Group)
                1. Tactics within the strategic framework
                2. Update on existing task orders
                3. Proposed new projects
     B. Brussels overview (Dexter Guillory)
     C. Bylaws (Kim Chauvin)
     D. Delcambre Direct (Dr. Jon Bell, Sea Grant)

X. New Business
    A. Protocol for industry use of artwork
    B. Call for marketing ideas from Board Members

XI. Board Member comments

XII. Next Scheduled Meeting is July 11, 2012

XIII. Adjourn

This meeting is being held in compliance with Louisiana’s Open Meetings Law as defined by La. R.S. 42:11, et seq.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is charged with managing and protecting Louisiana's abundant natural resources. For more information, visit us at www.wlf.louisiana.gov, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ldwffb or follow us on Twitter @LDWF.
For more information please contact Ashley Roth at Ashley@louisianaseafood.com or (504) 286-8735.

Body of Missing Boater Recovered From Lake Pontchartrain

Release Date: 06/05/2012

Search crews found the body of a Slidell man shortly after 2 p.m. today, June 5, on Lake Pontchartrain.

The body of Isiah M. Tate, 21, was recovered by search crews from the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF), St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office, U.S. Coast Guard and Sea Tow.

According to the three other passengers on the 21 foot boat, Tate fell overboard due to rough waters around 3:30 a.m. near the twin spans on the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain south of Slidell.  The passengers said they were able to locate the missing boater in the water twice before he would disappear into the water again before they could make contact.

According to the passengers, Tate was not wearing a personal flotation device.  His body has been turned over to the St. Tammany Parish Coroner’s Office.

For more information, contact Adam Einck at 225-765-2465 or aeinck@wlf.la.gov.

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