Lake Martin, Louisiana

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Lake Martin, located in St. Martin Parish, is a wildlife preserve and one of Louisiana's swamplands. The swamplands are home to a few trails as well as many different kinds of animals such as herons, egrets, ibis, bullfrogs, cottonmouths, alligators, and coypu (nutria) rats. Despite its classification as a wildlife reserve, however, there have been minor problems with litter and vandalism.

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Coordinates: 30°13′15″N 91°54′40″W / 30.2208°N 91.9111°W / 30.2208; -91.9111