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SEAMAP, Owls & Coon Hunting (1989)

La. Conservationist TV Magazine



Genre: Newsmagazine

Place Covered: Louisiana

Copyright Holder: Louisiana Educational Television Authority, Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries

Date Issued: 1989-10-05

Duration: 00:27:15

Subjects: Gulf Of Mexico | Fisheries | Owls | Coon hunting | Raccoon | Boats and boating | Drunk driving | Louisiana. Department of Wildlife and Fisheries | Wildlife conservation | Nature | Reforestation | Southeast Area Monitoring and Assessment Program (U.S.)


  • Byrd, Wade Host
  • Labranche, Guy Producer
  • Harris, Sara Ann Reporter
  • Hanifen, Jim Interviewee
  • Foote, Karen Interviewee
  • Olinde, Mike Reporter
  • Dennie, Bob Reporter
  • Savage, Larry Interviewee
  • Cockerham, Maurice Reporter
  • Williams, Manship Interviewee
  • LaCaze, Keith Reporter


This episode of the series “Louisiana Conservationist TV Magazine” from October 5, 1989, features: Sara Ann Harris’ report on a week-long expedition by SEAMAP (the Southeast Area Monitoring and Assessment Program) in the Gulf of Mexico to study the fish population; a “Wild Ways” segment with Mike Olinde on barred owls; an “Outdoor Tips” segment with Bob Dennie on binoculars; an interview with Larry Savage of the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries on their reforestation efforts in the Ouachita Wildlife Management Area; Maurice Cockerham’s report on a traditional Louisiana coon hunt; and a “Law Lines” segment with Lieutenant Keith LaCaze on the penalties for driving a boat while intoxicated. Host: Wade Byrd