With the convergence of the Central and Mississippi migratory flyways Honey Brake has an abundance of duck and goose species. Close proximity to Catahoula Lake, a 60,000 acre waterfowl wintering grounds, and the Mississippi River, there is a "funnel" effect that brings the best that water fowling has to offer to Honey Brake.
Honey Brake, which is a part of the nearly 40,000 acre Louisiana Delta Plantation, has 120 duck blinds, green tree reservoirs and moist soil management units. Of that nearly 35,000 acres, almost 9,000 acres are set in a Wetlands Reserve Project (WRP) tract for development of water control structures making it the largest single-owned WRP project in the state.
As an additional benefit to the WRP project, we are seeing a naturally occurring restoration of habitat which is crucial for sustaining a population of upland birds like Quail, Woodcock and Doves as well as migrating wintering waterfowl and shore birds.