Wildlife Along Yellowstone River Faring Well, So Far, but Landowners Struggle With Oil Spill

Greenwire: Wildlife-rescue teams have yet to find significant numbers of oiled birds, fish or amphibians nearly a week after an Exxon Mobil Corp. pipeline burst beneath Montana's famed Yellowstone River, spilling up to 1,000 barrels of crude and soiling the lawns of many downstream landowners. While oil has been spotted on the wing tips of some pelicans and a garter snake that was treated and safely returned, the spill's immediate impact appears to have been largely minimized thanks in part to the river's......

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