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Coastal problems: A big concern

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Leader photo by GLYNN HARRIS Chris Macaluso, representative of the Louisiana Wildlife Federation, recently shared concerns with writers about the loss of the state’s coastal marsh.

Sitting up here in the north Louisiana hills, our main concern is when in the heck is this drought going to end and when will we have some cooler weather. How are these harsh conditions going to affect our hunting seasons just around the corner?

Will the deer starve to death? Are there any acorns for the squirrels? Will the glowing reports of record numbers of waterfowl up north be lost in water holes that have dried up down our way?

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