Louisiana’s graveyard to bird watching

Agence France-Presse: Row upon row of white crosses mark everything destroyed by the oil spill spreading across the Gulf Coast: birdwatching, marsh grasses, the beach, oysters, blackened redfish, shrimp scampi, dolphins and "our soul." Patrick Shay was building a larger cross -- this one made of crab traps -- behind them in the yard of his beachfront home in Grand Isle, Louisiana. "I had to do something with my crab traps -- can't crab no more," Shay said as he climbed a ladder to tie a trap to a ......

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