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Group DescriptionOn Monday, July 26th Over 1 million gallons of crude oil burst into a creek that feeds the Kalamazoo River quickly began devastating the river and flowing towards Lake Michigan. The disaster is the largest oil spills ever in the Midwest. The National Wildlife Federation is on the ground documenting the impacts of the spill and assessing the effectiveness of the response. Join us in sharing your photos of the wildlife, river, marshlands, homes and farms impacted by the Michigan oil spill disaster.
Group RulesBy sharing your photograph with this community, you agree to the following:
You give NWF permission to display your photo(s) via a third party photo display tool and/or Flickr's API on the NWF Oil Spill website.
If the photo(s) you share with this group is of someone other than you or something not on your or public property, you have obtained permission and/or have the ability and authority to submit such photo(s) for display on NWF's website as described above, and you agree that the images do not infringe on any third party’s rights.
No payment will be made to you for NWF's display of the photos taken of or submitted by you.
You must not submit images that involve the willful harassment of wildlife or intentional damage to the environment. Captive animals photographed in major zoos, wildlife research facilities or rehabilitation centers are acceptable.
- Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
- Accepted safety levels: Safe