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How NWF is Helping Wildlife Impacted by the BP Oil Spill

National Wildlife Federation staff, our Gulf state affiliates, our partners, and our volunteers have been on the front lines since the Gulf oil disaster began, and we're still there--working for the recovery of Gulf wildlife, waters, and communities.




The National Wildlife Federation has been in the Gulf of Mexico for many years, working to rebuild the rapidly disappearing coastal wetlands of the Mississippi River Delta - which we are currently losing at a rate roughly equivalent to a football field every hour.

We have an obligation to aid the Gulf wildlife recovery and ecosystem restoration, and prevent future dirty fuel disasters.

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