Oil Cleanup Latest

More good news is that 30 percent of the whooping cranes have taken flight on their spring migration and it doesn't appear the rare birds have been affected by the spill.
That's because officials say aggressive clean up work continues along South Matagorda Island.
Light mechanical equipment, shovels, rakes and buckets are being used to try and get every ounce of oil. Those who spot any tarballs are asked to not conduct their own clean up. Instead you're being asked to call the national response center at 1-800-424-8802 to report the exact location of any sighting.


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