NEW ORLEANS — Flooding farmland after the Gulf of Mexico oil spill didn't keep migrating ducks from flocking to coastal marshes but did provide essential inland wetlands during a major drought, a Louisiana state waterfowl expert said.
Farmland flooded for duck habitat after oil spill, ducks disregard
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