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April 20, 2015
Pelican eggs are seen as pelicans fly over a nesting island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana,...
Plaquemines Parish, UNITED STATES
Pelican eggs are seen as pelicans fly over a nesting island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana...
Pelican eggs are seen as pelicans fly over a nesting island in Cat Bay in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, April 19, 2015. This nesting island was not affected by the BP oil spill as it was protected by Cat Island, according to P.J. Hahn, who was the Plaquemines Parish Coastal Zone Management Director at the time of the oil spill. Five years after the largest oil spill in U.S. history spewed millions of gallon of crude into the Gulf of Mexico, many Louisiana oystermen are fearful that a once-bountiful population of the mollusks may never recover. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
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