Bayou Wild Full Video - Refreshing Rockefeller (s10)
On this week's episode we visit Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge in southwest Louisiana. LDWF Staff and Vanishing Paradise highlight some of the coastal restoration work taking place here and we find redfish stacked up in an easy accessible fishing spot!
There is no place in the world quite like America’s Everglades—it is a unique place to fish and hunt. Regrettably, human actions have altered the natural flow of water through the wetlands, resulting in a collapsing ecosystem. Jake Latendresse, renowned outdoor producer and videographer, reflects on his childhood fishing adventures in the Glades and explores the issues and solutions for restoring this famous “River of Grass.”
Bayou Wild Full Video - Changing Cataouache
The Davis Pond Diversion on the north end of Lake Cataouache has seen tremendous change over the past 2 decades. Vanishing Paradise joins the Bayou Wild crew, CPRA, & TRCP to learn about the recreation of marsh land and how it has changed the fishery. bayouwildtv.com
Bill Cooksey's Induction into Legends of the Outdoors Hall of Fame
Bill Cooksey, Senior Sportsman Coordinator for Vanishing Paradise, was inducted into the Legends of the Outdoors Hall of Fame in 2022.
Bayou Wild Sneak Peek - Changing Cataouache
Evolution of the MRGO
The Mississippi River Gulf Outlet (M.R.G.O.) is a popular fishing destination in south Louisiana, known for mixing of salinities and holding fish species across the spectrum from saltwater to freshwater. Here we learn about how the area has evolved over the last several decades and some of the action taken to preserve the ecosystem. Featuring National Wildlife Federation's Dr. Alisha Renfro.
Bay Denesse, October 21
Countless ducks enjoy new habitat built earlier this year courtesy of the Bay Denessee Delta Water Management Project in Plaquemines Parish. Credit: Richie Blink
Join Vanishing Paradise (Promo)
Play this 30sec clip to learn more about our program, and join us to help restore Sportsman's Paradise.
Bay Denesse Restoration Project, SE Louisiana
The Bay Denesse Delta Water Management Project could restore approximately 2,550 acres of less productive open water to a diverse array of highly productive habitat types, including emergent marsh, rooted floating vegetation mats, mud flats and more.
Restoring the Coast: 10 years after the Deepwater Horizon Disaster
It’s been ten years since the Deepwater Horizon disaster killed 11 men and leaked more than 134 million gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico. The damage incurred to the Gulf and an already imperiled Mississippi River Delta remains an important issue for sportsmen and women. Our team is working as hard as ever to ensure oil spill settlement dollars go towards the strongest projects that will have the biggest impact on coastal ecosystems.
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