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John Sloan - Outdoors

From Lower Dulac to Kings Bayou
Fishing rods frame the dawn as lights twinkle along the bank of Kings Bayou. Lower Dulac is home to a large shrimp and crab fleet and someone is fishing day or night.
From Lower Dulac to Kings Bayou

The sun is a faint glow over the marsh around Lower Dulac, Louisiana, not yet ready to appear and warm the air. The lights along Shrimpers Row on the banks of Kings Bayou are winking in the slow moving dawn behind us and the cool air makes us shiver. The night birds are trading with the grebes and pipers. An alligator makes a small wake as he moves slowly down the bank. You can smell the new day coming.

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Our Feathered Friends

Hot Tub for Birds
This heater really works for an ice free zone
Hot Tub for Birds

 

This past Saturday seemed to be a mirror image of Saturday a week ago because of the few and in between bird sightings. It would have probably been more productive, if we had just watched out my kitchen window.

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"My Bid" by Joe Biddle

It had to happen sometime
Joe Biddle
It had to happen sometime

Alabama had to lose a football game sooner or later.

The defending national champions went down and out with a flair. It was the most unpredictable fashion one could imagine.

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General Sports

CU soccer falls in nationals
Olivia Chu / Rick Hoskins photo
CU soccer falls in nationals

ORANGE BEACH, Ala. -- Olivia Chu scored both goals for the Cumberland women in Tuesday's 3-2 double overtime loss to Davenport University at the NAIA National Tournament.

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