A View from Above: New Orleans, City by the Sea


 A Picture is worth at least 50 words. A View from Above gives more space to photos we at GRN take while monitoring wetlands, pollution, and the Gulf of Mexico.

Although we often forget, New Orleans is a Coastal City. click below to view a large photo of the City and its primary Bayou, Bayou St John.


 photo overflight thanks to On Wings of Care





 Note:  This area at the mouth of Bayou St John could possibly be restored to marsh by Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, as part of the Bayou St John Comprehensive Restoration Plan

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