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University » Public Lands » Elbow Slough WMA
Elbow Slough WMA

wildlife-management-area-louisiana-logoElbow Slough is a small tract consisting of 160 acres located in southeastern Rapides parish near the intersection of U.S. Hwy 1 and LA Hwy 3170. It was formerly cropland.The area lies within the Red River floodplain.Terrain is flat with heavy clay soils that are poorly drained. Approximately 100 acres were planted to native hardwood species in the early 1990′s. A 40 acre impoundment was constructed and is managed to provide seasonal shallow water habitat to benefit migratory waterfowl, shorebirds, and wading birds. The remaining acreage is in natural water and planted fields. Although small in size Elbow Slough provides quality habitat for numerous wildlife species. A wide variety of resident and migratory song birds utilize the area as well as many species of wading birds. Mammals ranging in size from shrews to white-tailed deer make Elbow Slough their home. Hunting opportunities are limited due to the size of the tract. However, success is usually good for dove and rabbits. Hunters should take note that the use of non-toxic shot is required for all hunting.

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