Rapides


Wolff, Curtis L.

Name: 
Wolff, Curtis L.
City: 
Saint Landry
Phone: 
318-481-9073
Species/Jobs Worked: 
All

Hammatt, Kirk

Name: 
Hammatt, Kirk
City: 
Oakdale
Phone: 
318-335-2299
Species/Jobs Worked: 
Any furbearer

Duncan, Derrick M.

Name: 
Duncan, Derrick M.
City: 
Alexandria
Phone: 
318-790-1907
Species/Jobs Worked: 
All

Bolmarcich, Richard

Name: 
Bolmarcich, Richard
City: 
Oakdale
Phone: 
318-335-1235
Species/Jobs Worked: 
All, no bats or bees

Deville, Roger K.

Name: 
Deville, Roger K.
City: 
Deville
Phone: 
318-715-8424
Species/Jobs Worked: 
Beaver, bobcat, coyote, fox, hogs, raccoon

Johnson, Christopher

Name: 
Johnson, Christopher
City: 
Leander
Phone: 
318-880-8573
Species/Jobs Worked: 
All, except bats

Perschy, Carl

Name: 
Perschy, Carl
City: 
Pineville
Phone: 
318-640-1377
Species/Jobs Worked: 
Beaver, otter, nutria, raccoon,possum,fox,bobcat, coyote

Woodworth Environmental Education Center

Intro: 
CENLA National Hunting and Fishing Day is Saturday, September 27th. Come out and join us for this free, family friendly event. For more info go to: www.facebook.com/cenlanhfd
Woodworth Environmental Education Center
Woodworth Environmental Education Center

The Woodworth Environmental Education Center is located on the Alexander State Forest Wildlife Management Area in central Louisiana. This location also contains the Woodworth Shooting Range.  The Woodworth Env. Ed. Center is available for use by any group conducting environmental education programs.  Availability is on a first come, first serve basis, and all use must be scheduled in advance. 
The accomodations at the Woodworth Env. Ed. Center include a classroom, kitchen, dining room, sitting room, 40 person bunkhouse, bathrooms (including showers), as well as an outdoor pavilion w/ barbecue pit.  The facility is used extensively year round and reservations should be made well in advance.
For more information or to schedule a visit contact:
Phone: (318)484-2276
Email: rstroede@wlf.la.gov
Address:
661 Robinson Bridge Road
Woodworth, LA 71485

Alexandria LDWF Public Meeting on 2011-12 Hunting Season

Date: 
Wed, 03/09/2011

 

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries will host a public meeting on the proposed 2011-12 Hunting Season dates and regulations on Wednesday, March 9, 2011 at 6 p.m. in the Alexandria Convention Hall located at 915 Third St., Alexandria, LA.  

Camp Beauregard

Information
Owned: 
Louisiana National Guard
Acreage: 
12,500 Acres
Contact
Phone: 
(318) 371-3050

Description:
Camp Beauregard Wildlife Management Area is primarily located in northeast Rapides Parish with some acreage in southeast Grant Parish. The area lies approximately eight miles north of Alexandria.
Camp Beauregard is 12,500 acres and is owned by the Louisiana National Guard. The primary use is as a troop training facility. The Louisiana National Guard also manages the timber for commercial production.
The terrain is characterized by gently rolling hills in the upland areas. The Flagon Creek bottom is a frequently flooded hardwood area of about 800 acres. The upland overstory is dominated by pine plantations. There are scattered hardwoods in the hills. Water oak, post oak, hickory, red oak and sweetgum are the most common species in creek bottom areas. The Flagon bottom is a typical bottomland forest with cypress, overcup oak and bitter pecan the dominant overstory species.
The understory development in the upland area varies considerably depending on the degree of overstory closure. Some plantations that have not been recently thinned have little if any understory. Those areas with good understory development support French mulberry, blackberry, greenbrier, yaupon, trumpet creeper, rattan and other browse plants. The Flagon bottom has swamp privet, water elm, mayhaw and swamp snowbell as the more common understory plants.
Game species available for hunting include squirrel, turkey, deer, rabbits, quail, dove, wood duck and woodcock. The only endangered species known to occur on the area is the red-cockaded woodpecker. However, at this time no known active colonies are present.
The areas first function is as a military reservation, therefore there are special regulations applying to use of Camp Beauregard WMA. An annual permit is required as is checking in and out of self-clearing stations on a daily basis. Limited camping is allowed by reservation only. Call (318) 641-3365 for questions about camping. General information is available from the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, 1995 Shreveport Highway, Pineville, LA 71360.

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