Pintail Wildlife Drive & Boardwalk

Description

As you drive along Pintail Wildlife Drive you may see marsh birds, mammals and alligators. But it is during winter that you will witness a truly wild waterfowl spectacle. Four million waterfowl spend the winter in Louisiana each year. Southwest Louisiana is at the confluence of two of the four major North American flyways - the Mississippi Flyway and the Central Flyway. Hundreds of thousands of ducks and geese, some from as far away as Canada, stream south on these flyways to spend their winters near here. Alligators are also plentiful here if you look closely at the side of waterways where they like to sun! A half mile accessible boardwalk into the freshwater marshes and prairies features several dual viewing.

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Cameron, LA 70630

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29.94610300, -93.08475600
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337-598-2216

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