"Lucky" seabird is set for release away from oil danger

05/10/2010 | Google

An oil-coated Northern Gannet seabird nicknamed "Lucky" was the first to be rescued by Louisiana wildlife workers focused on cleaning up birds affected by the ongoing Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Lucky and another bird are set to be released into a Florida wetland today, after being cleaned and treated. "He was thin and dehydrated, so wildlife veterinarian Dr. Erica Miller gave him intravenous fluids several times, as well as oral fluids and Pepto-Bismol for oil he may have ingested," according to an official statement.

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