>> Sunday, May 16, 2010
It isn't on the news as much anymore, which is a bit of a shame, but there is still a massive oil slick out in the Gulf and we've yes to see the full effects of what it can do. I remember as a kid getting tar stuck to my feet at the beach. I like having that NOT happen, thank you, so I appreciate what many agencies like the National Wildlife Federation are trying to do. The best thing you can do in situations like this is to educate the masses.
Oceana also has an entire page dedicated to this horrible disaster. Just because it isn't in the news you watch doesn't mean it isn't happening.