A short entry - AP Photographer Charlie Riedel just filed the following images of seabirds caught in the oil slick on a beach on Louisiana's East Grand Terre Island. As BP engineers continue their efforts to cap the underwater flow of oil, landfall is becoming more frequent, and the effects more evident. (8 photos total)
Why wash birds?
Although sure we can count on BP to pay its way out by spending millions on clean up and in penalties and lost revenue i.e. share prices, lost oil etc (nearly a billion dollars in total and I presume: counting)
Its wonderful to feel like you're playing a part in a larger picture by donating your self and supporting a group that has always been working in the background to protect ecology and the beauty of nature.
Also,...this is interesting. How would you think hairdressers, the people who cut and style your hair are helping? By donating their tip jar money?
More than that..:)...
a huge International Natural Fiber Recycling mobilization is currently taking place to help get hair boom to the Gulf Coast Spill.
"You shampoo, because hair collects oil. Hair is very efficient at gathering oil,..."
And oh ye~ah..actress/model Pam Anderson has put her star status behind the support of an