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A vandalized sign at the Bayou Teche National Wildlife Refuge's Centerville Unit (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of John K. Flores)

Bayou Teche National Wildlife Refuge trashing is despicable

Turning right off LA 317 in Centerville and onto Alice C Road this past weekend, I noticed the air suddenly filled with the putrid smell of rotting carcasses.

Alexis Caillouet of the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine's Wildlife Hospital with Skyler the Mississippi kit during Saturday's Water and Nature portion of the 13th annual Eagle Expo. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of John K. Flores)

Water and nature program was something not to miss

There’s nothing that aggravates me more than someone saying to me, “You missed it” or “You should have been there.”

The Daily Review Outdoor Writer John Flores' son-in-law Charles Coak and son Jason Flores pose with a couple of good winter red fish caught at Humble Canal in East Cote Blanche Bay. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of John K. Flores)

Time to take advantage of the winter transition

Seventy- and 80-degree highs to mid-40s during the last few days is bound to have had an impact on fishing in the coastal marsh. Welcome to the winter transition, folks.

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