Washers see business pick up as more birds are hit with oil

06/7/2010 | Reuters

Wildlife workers in Louisiana are getting busier as more oil-coated birds are in need of washing, Reuters reports, including a growing number of brown pelicans, Louisiana's state bird. Oil separates the feathers, leaving birds vulnerable to heat and cold, and is potentially fatal when the animals ingest it during efforts to clean themselves.

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