In the path of the growing Gulf oil spill are the many species of birds that make their home along Louisiana's fragile wetlands. What efforts are being made to help these animals once they and their habitats become drenched with oil? Michele Norris talks to Michael Seymour, a bird expert with Louisiana's Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, to find out.
Helping Animals In The Path Of Gulf Oil Spill
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