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National Wildlife Federation
This photo, courtesy of the National Wildlife Federation, shows a portion of coastline fouled by the BP oil spill in 2010.

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The Daily Review/John Flores
Coastal restoration projects will have a positive impact on wildlife, particularly wading, shore and colonial nesting birds.

BP spill plus 10: Coast projects advance

On April 20, 2010, natural gas blasted through the concrete core of the Mocondo Prospect well located in Mississippi Canyon Block 252.

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For mallards, some hunters are heading out of state. Above, are Dr. Todd Arcement, left, and Hunter Andras in Oklahoma.The 2019-2020 Coastal Waterfowl Season will end Sunday. (Submitted Photo/Hunter Andras)

Coastal waterfowl season ends Sunday

When the sun sets Sunday afternoon, the 2019-2020 Coastal Waterfowl Season will draw to a close. The season will remain open in the east and west zones for another week.

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