[Coral-List] free iphone app for reporting wildlife & habitat affected by Gulf oil spill

Karen Murchie karen.murchie at gmail.com
Sun Jun 13 15:11:27 EDT 2010

With the largest oil spill in U.S. history looming in the Gulf of
Mexico, the wildlife and coastal habitats of the Gulf are under siege.
As oil hits the coasts, thousands of birds, dolphins and sea turtles
will be stranded along coastal shorelines. Although wildlife rescue
networks are in place and have started rescue efforts, the task is
enormous and trained staff too few. But you can help save wildlife by
installing the free MoGO app on your iPhone™.

Please go to http://www.savegulfwildlife.org/ for details and
distribute this link to friends and colleagues that live/work along
the Gulf Coast who might be interested in using the app.

Andy J. Danylchuk, PhD
Assistant Professor of Fish Conservation
Department of Natural Resources Conservation
University of Massachusetts Amherst
160 Holdsworth Way, Amherst, MA 01003

c/o Karen Murchie, PhD, Carleton University

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