Hello all. As one of the Louisiana eBird reviewers, I have a good sense of where people are birding in the state. When people who do not have explicit permission to bird at sites that are clearly marked restricted access, such as Richfield River Silt in Baton Rouge (https://ebird.org/hotspot/L389831), it's really easy to catch these trespassers red-handed. Blatantly trespassing is not only illegal, but it also gives the rest of us who abide by the rules a bad name, and builds ill will between birders and landowners, and among birders who do take the time to receive permission to bird restricted access sites before every visit. Such incidents have jeopardized access to at least two birding sites already. So, I can't make this clear enough: don't bird restricted access sites without permission! It really is that simple.