31 Aug '11, 6pm

What We Do to Protect the Mississippi River Delta - National Wildlife Federation

What We Do to Protect the Mississippi River Delta - National Wildlife Federation

The islands, estuaries, and wetlands of the Mississippi River Delta provide habitat to migratory birds, economically-important finfish and shellfish and endangered or threatened animals such as the Louisiana black bear. The coastal zone is also home to nearly 2 million people and critical industries that help feed and power the nation.

Full article: http://www.nwf.org/Wildlife/What-We-Do/Waters/Mississippi...

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