Go with the Flo

Eagle sightings on the rise as 11th expo nears

The Daily Review Outdoor Writer John K. Flores caught these two eagles taking a bath in a puddle of rainwater while at the Harold J. “Babe” Landry Landfill in
Berwick last week. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of John K. Flores)

This past week, I utilized a couple days when it wasn’t raining to clean my shed following a large construction project we wrapped up at our house.

The rise in the number of women hunters seen locally

Berwick resident Hanna Aliese Oldfather with her first deer taken. According to a National Sports Foundation report, the number of women who hunt has risen dramatically in the last decade. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of John K. Flores)

Hanna Aliese Oldfather took a few deep breaths. She was shaking.

Wildcat Wall of Fame helps students achieve and aspire

Wyandotte Elementary teacher Adam Rhodes points to a large alligator one of his students, Layf Bella, helped harvest during the alligator season. The picture was one that immediately went on the Wildcat Wall of Fame. The wall of fame was created by Rhodes. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of John K. Flores)

Just outside the Principal’s office at Wyandotte Elementary School in Morgan City is a bulletin board. Across from the bulletin board is also a bench.

Is 60-day, six-bird limit the new norm?

The Daily Review Outdoor Writer John Flores’ grandson, Gabriel Flores, had a big duck hunt last year. This year's breeding duck numbers certainly will mean another six-duck, six-day season for waterfowl hunters. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of John K. Flores)

“So, is this the new norm?” I asked Mother Nature after reading the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services Trends in Breeding Population Report released this past week.

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