My wife, Tamara, has had several articles published on the Endangered Species Coalition's website, ‘Oil Spill: Wildlife Crisis’, which look at the damage that the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has done and continues to do to species that live there.from quillcards.com
Tamara’s Articles For The Endangered Species Coalition
Tamara has had several articles published on the ESC’s site, ‘Oil Spill: Wildlife Crisis’, which look at the damage that the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has done and continues to do to species that live there.
Here are the links. [Please note that they will open in a new window when you click on them]:
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