How are oil spills affecting ducks?



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    Birds, including ducks, become poisoned when they try to clean themselves after their feathers are coated in oil from oil spills. Oil also saturates their wings and weighs them down, thus preventing them from flying to safety. Birds can be saved if they are found quickly enough and are cleaned by trained professionals or volunteers.

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