epa02189875 Technicians with the Fort Jackson Oiled Wildlife Rehabilitation Center give a final rinse to a formerly heavily oiled brown pelican that was found in the area of the BP oil spill contamination and brought to the center at Fort Jackson, Louisiana, USA 06 June 2010. The center has treated 203 oiled birds of which 151 are still at the center. The birds are released into the wild on the East Coast of Florida after cleaning, feeding and rehabilitation. The oil spill is the largest in U.S. history and continues threaten wildlife and the ecosystem as BP and government officials attempt to stop the flow and remove what has already been released. EPA/TANNEN MAURY
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