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This is a nest currently occupied by three osprey in Chestertown, Maryland — just in front of a house I frequently try to escape to.
Recently, I saw a couple of osprey fighting in mid-air with a bald eagle. While the Gulf doesn’t have eagles and osprey, to my knowledge, there is plenty of wildlife there that is being blacked out. How does BP pay the world back for that?
— Steve Clemons