Reference Bayou Corne Sinkhole

 

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No sinkhole, no water, but just green and trees!

 

First Bayou Corne Sinkhole Flyover August 13 2012

Bayou Corne Sinkhole August 13 2012

On Wings Of Care flyover of Bayou Corne, LA. Bayou Corne Sinkhole near Donaldsonville, LA.

 

Second Bayou Corne Sinkhole Flyover December 24 2012

Bayou Corne sinkhole december 24 2012

On Wings Of Care flyover of Bayou Corne, LA. Compare with photos of the same area taken from the same angle and elevation from last August 13, 2012! Is the water level just higher? Or is the sink hole significantly larger?

Third Bayou Corne Sinkhole Flyover January 26 2013

Bayou Corne Sinkhole flyover january 2013

On Wings Of Care flyover of Bayou Corne, LA. Five weeks after our last update of December 24 on the Bayou Corne sinkhole, we are finding that things actually look a bit worse. The water levels seems higher, and the work efforts appears to have subsided. Equipment has been removed, and the homes to the west and northwest of the sinkhole look seriously unpopulated. The recent seismic activity has people and the government concerned, and evacuees cannot expect to be able to return to their homes or communities any time soon.

Fourth Bayou Corne Sinkhole Flyover February 15 2013

bayou corne sinkhole february 2013

On Wings Of Care flyover of Bayou Corne, LA. This video is pretty bumpy, as winds were bouncing us all over the place. There is a lot of human activity in the surrounding area, but no longer much activity in or near the sinkhold itself. The rainbow sheen is unmistakable in the northeast portion of the sinkhole.

Fifth Bayou Corne Sinkhole Flyover March 03 2013

bayou Corne flyover photo and video march 2013

On Wings Of Care flyover of Bayou Corne, LA. The rainbow sheen is away but the sinkhole expands!

Sixth Bayou Corne Sinkhole Flyover April 02 2013

raibow sheen covers entire Bayou Corne Sinkhole louisiana april 2013

On Wings Of Care flyover of Bayou Corne, LA. The Bayou Corne sinkhole since last August revealed a site much worse than we could have imagined last summer. Unlike previously, rainbow sheen now covers virtually the entire visible sinkhole. Many trees on the west side have now disappeared, as has quite a large corner of a dirt work pad at the southeast corner.

Pictures and videos presented on this page are from ‘On Wings Of Care‘, a nonprofit organization working for a sustainable coexistence between wildlife, wild habitat, natural ecosystems and humans. If you want you can donate for their great work! For other news on the La sinkhole go to La sinkhole bugle blog.

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