Drone Footage Of The Odelouca River In Flood (Video)

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After more torrential rain overnight thanks to Storm Felix, the River than runs through our land has again flooded. So today I took the drone up to get a birds eye view.

Just 10 days ago the river was still dry from last summer. In just these 10 days it has flooded twice due to the deluge of rain. It’s the River Odelouca which feeds the Odelouca Barragem, the main drinking water supply for the Algarve, so the water is very welcome apart from the flooding which will cause some issues for the wildlife living around the banks.

Keep a look out after 30 seconds, you can just make out the Fox Hole on the side of the track on the left where the water level has reached, hopefully it won’t flood the den.

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2 Comments

  1. E bom ver de novo a agua a correr no Oudelouca…outra seca seria a desgraca completa…Os ventos da sorte voltaram ao
    Caldeirao…um alivio pra todos..As barragens vao encher..os regadios estao de parabens…As Camaras estao mais a vontade na distribuicao e
    fornecjmento do precioso liquido em todos os concelhos…Agora so desejamos um Verao sem incendios…

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