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Jacob Roland clowns around with
Gray Tree frog he found

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Young boy with orphaned baby Barred Owl
being raised by a wildlife rehabilitator

 


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Boys feeding fawn at petting zoo
National Hunting & Fishing Day program

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Marshall Morgan shows Ariel Roland
a rare Gopher tortoise he found

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Marshall Morgan turns rare gopher tortoise
 he found over  to the Louisiana Department
of Wildlife and Fisheries endangered
species specialist, Richard Martin, after he
discovered how  uncommon it is.

 


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Boys study two marbled salamanders
before putting them back under the log
where they found them

 

 


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Michael Mathews observes a black-chinned
hummingbird at extremely close range

 


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Wade Martin helping his dad, a wildlife
biologist track Black bears

 

 


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Wade Martin helping his dad, a wildlife
biologist track Black bears


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Trisha Screen observes a mourning dove
incubating eggs on porch

 


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Students in Metairie, Louisiana observe
an iguana from the Audubon Zoo

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Children observing raptor at the
LSU Veterinary School Rehabilitation Unit
 


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Pat Thomas studying Florida Cooter
at the Louisiana Nature and Science Center


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Girls observing baby alligator up close

 

 


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Special Education students study ostrich
egg as part of a biology lesson


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Children looking at replica of Triceratops

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Children observing jaw and tooth of mammoth
found in West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana

Image#16461
Children looking into fish tank at the
Aquarium of the America's, New Orleans

 


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Mathew Capprio's  Italian ancestors
call this bird an "anatra" or duck

 

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Ann Linn's Chinese ancestors call
this bird a "ya" or duck

 

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Mary Carmichael's British ancestors
called this bird a duck

 


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The Spanish ancestors of Alan Nieves
called this bird "pato" or duck

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The French ancestors of Andre Savoi
called this bird a "Canard" or duck

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The Vietnamese ancestors of
Sarah Lambremont call this bird a "vit"

 


 

 

 
See Also:

Children in Nature     Children Canoeing


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