Bird Inspection Compliments of BP

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    An adult brown pelican is evaluated by volunteers upon its arrival at the Fort Jackson International Bird Rescue Research Center in Buras, Louisiana on June 20, 2010. Members of the Tri-State Bird Rescue and Research team work to clean birds covered in oil from the Deepwater Horizon wellhead. The BP leased Deepwater Horizon oil platform exploded on April 20 and sank after burning. Photo by © Daniel Beltra/Greenpeace.

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    1. ZGrmy~so is the snow over? 57 months ago | reply

      thanks for adding these photos to our Voices group - there are many people who view this group that are very in tune to all that is happening. I heard on the news that the cleaned and released pelicans may or may not survive. I hope you can shed some light on this after the hard work being done.
      God bless
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    2. ~Terrie K ~ 57 months ago | reply

      I also read about the released pelicans not surviving because of the stress and the babies not being able to breed. I would like to know more about this also.

      Voices in the Wilderness ~ Endangered Species ~ Extinction is Forever seen in Voices in the Wilderness: a prayer for wild things

      I saw this image in Voices in the Wilderness

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      Seen in the group"VOICES IN THE WILDERNESS: A Prayer for Wild Things" (?)

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