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In the News

WGNO, Rick Erbach – Today Queen Bess Island is a robust 37 acres of nesting paradise for the brown pelican. It’s the fourth largest largest pelican rookery in Louisiana. It produces 15-20 percent of the state’s nesting activity. Thousands of…

May 13, 2020

wafb.com, Matt Houston – In the next four years, workers will break ground on coastal restoration projects that should produce more land than Louisiana loses to erosion for the first time since the 1930s, the Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority says.

April 21, 2020

nationalgeographic.com, Rene Ebersole — Louisiana has lost more than half its brown pelican colonies in the past decade. Using fines from the spill, an important island habitat gets a makeover.

April 16, 2020

WVUE, John Snell – Queen Bess, which was heavily-oiled during the spill, was actually suffering subsidence and erosion long before the BP’s Macondo oil well erupted in flames in April of 2010. In a calculated gamble, the state attempted a…

March 16, 2020

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