Bird Conservationist Weighs In On Oil Spill

National Public Radio: As more oil reaches shore in the Gulf of Mexico, more birds, turtles and other coastal animals are being coated and killed by it. While in Plaquemines Parish recently, Melissa Block spoke to bird conservationist Melanie Driscoll of the Audubon Society's Louisiana program about what's happening, and what to expect. ...

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