This video from the USA says about itself:
30 April 2010 — The next victims of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico could be the birds that depend on the region’s fertile shorelines, bayous and marshes. American Bird Conservancy’s Michael Fry talks to Jorge Ribas about the situation.
Birds Most Threatened by the Gulf Oil Spill
Laughing gulls, royal terns, brown pelicans and roseate spoonbills are some of the many species of birds threatened by the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Such species use the Gulf waters and coastal habitats in a variety of ways—for nesting habitat, roosting sites, and foraging. Oil contamination can threaten every aspect of life for these birds including their ability to reproduce, raise healthy young, and find food. This photo gallery contains images of the most vulnerable species in the region.
Black BP out of the web like BP blacked out the Gulf of Mexico: here.
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