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      • Some native fauna that inhabit the Honey Island Swamp include the American alligator, alligator snapping turtle, red-eared slider, Western cottonmouth, speckled kingsnake, coypu, red fox, Louisiana black bear, bobcat, opossum, raccoon, muskrat, American mink, brown pelican, barred owl, bald eagle, red-tailed hawk, egretta, great blue heron, alligator gar, largemouth bass, and the paddlefish.
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  2. Mar 04, 2021 · Out of the world’s 100 worst invasive species, there are four notable invasive species that reside in the Honey Island Swamp. 1. Nutria Image credit: National Geographic Photo Ark Coypu, more commonly known as Nutria, are large, web-footed rodents. They typically grow between 17 to 25 inches long, ranging in the same size as raccoon.

  3. Nearly 70,000 acres of it is a permanently-protected wildlife area--the Nature Conservancy's First Louisiana Nature Preserve. People from all over the world now explore this wildlife sanctuary with him. Call (985) 641-1769 or (504) 242-5877 for Reservations between 8 am - 8 pm

  4. The Honey Island Swamp Monster, also known as the Cajun Sasquatch and in Cajun French: La Bête Noire, [1] is an ape -like humanoid cryptid creature, similar to descriptions of Bigfoot, purported to inhabit the Honey Island Swamp in St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana. [2]

  5. Jun 09, 2016 · It is no wonder the island was named after animals, since the swamp is a rich habitat full of critters. This includes residents like alligators, raccoons, owls, wild boars, nutrias (river rats), snakes, turtles, bald eagles, and black bears. The area spans to about 30km in length and 10km broad-wise.

  6. The Honey Island Swamp encompasses almost 70,000 acres, more than half of which is preserved for posterity as part of the Pearl River Wildlife Management Area. The PRWMA is swampy in the south, more hardwood bottomland to the north, home to black bears, feral pigs, cougars, nutria and an abundant year-round and migratory bird population.

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