Life and Death on a Louisiana Marsh

Neala Schwartzberg McCarten
June 26, 2014
Life and Death on a Louisiana Marsh
There are few things cuter than baby egrets, their feathers sticking up like a spiky halo around their heads. And few things are less likely to engender warm and fuzzies than a cold silent alligator. And yet, they are both part of the same eco-system. Both apparently important in some way, although frankly, I might give kudos to a alligator for survival, I rarely wish them well. Especially not when they stalk baby egrets.
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