The Union Museum of History and Art is currently featuring a gallery full of wildlife art created by nine outstanding regional artists. Their artwork focuses on wild creatures found not only in North Louisiana but also around the world. Visitors are wowed by images created by Ronnie Barnes, Emily Caldwell, Cory Carlson, David Chrisman, David Hood, Richard Lowery, Reggie McLeroy, Charles Paxton, and Burg Ransom.  Paxton’s new video documentary, “Fins, Fur, Feathers, and Fangs,” is running during the exhibit, as well.  All entries in the youth wildlife art competition are on display. Wednesday, Feb. 28, 3:30 p.m. they will present “Louisiana Wild Things,” program for youth and adults by Nova Clarke of Black Bayou National Wildlife Refuge near Monroe. For more information call 318-348-2005.