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Officials detail oiled wildlife recovery process after California oil spill

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Dr. Michael Ziccardi, director of the Oiled Wild Care Network, explained the wildlife recovery process after 126,000 gallons of oil spilled in southern California. Ziccardi asked people to refrain from catching oiled animals and urged the public to use the website and hotline to report sightings.