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Congress turns to task of preventing another Gulf oil spill
Sea turtles: wildlife experts set to collect and move eggs away from Gulf oil spill
Oil drilling ban has Transocean boss Steven Newman criticizing Obama
BP cuts pipe, plans to lower cap over Gulf oil spill
Once again, BP experiment in Gulf spill hits snag, beaches unprotected by oil containment booms
BP oil spill spreads toward Pensacola, as wildlife toll rises
BP oil spill: how Gulf's sensitive and endangered species are faring
Sticky mess: The Gulf oil spill's impact on nature
Gulf oil spill at 30 days: frustration mounts along with amount of oil now coming ashore
Giant oil spill now threatens Louisiana's brown pelican
As BP oil spill fight continues, more areas closed to the public
Irked by BP, Gulf of Mexico towns mull Plan B to halt oil spill
Louisiana oil spill
Gulf of Mexico oil spill: How bad is it?
Asian carp: how one fish could ruin the Great Lakes
A constitutional right to hunt? Voters in three states to decide.
In California, quest for cleaner power hits tortoise-sized speed bumps
Federal Register lights up the online world
Brown pelicans are no longer endangered
Saving wildlife in a warmer world
German businessman smuggled coral into US from Philippines
Wolf update: Judge rules that hunts can continue
Washington joins python chase in Florida
Alaska's tab for ethics complaints about Palin: $1.9 million
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