- Black Bayou Lake NWR was established in 1997 in a unique partnership with the City of Monroe, LA. The area consists of about 2,000 acres of pristine wetlands with the flora and fauna characteristic of southern swamps. Situated in a semi-urban location, the new refuge will handle most FWS environmental education and interpretation activities in North Louisiana.
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Black Bayou Lake NWR, Rt. 2, Box 401-A
, Farmerville, LA, 71241, Phone: 318-726-4400, firstname.lastname@example.org