In this June 29, 2010 file photo Kristina Summers with the non-game conservation division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, from left, Rick Hellesto with US Coast Guard Station-Brunswick, and Sharon Taylor, wildlife veterinarian with the US Fish and Wildlife Service release three brown pelicans rescued during last summer's oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in Brunswick, Ga. Tuesday, June 29, 2010. More than eight months later, some of the rehabilitated pelicans have started returning to Georgia after migrating further south for the winter. Tim Keyes, a coastal bird biologist with the state.

AP Photo/ The Brunswick News, Bobby Haven

In this June 29, 2010 file photo Kristina Summers with the non-game conservation division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, from left, Rick Hellesto with US Coast Guard Station-Brunswick, and Sharon Taylor, wildlife veterinarian with the US Fish and Wildlife Service release three brown pelicans rescued during last summer's oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in Brunswick, Ga. Tuesday, June 29, 2010. More than eight months later, some of the rehabilitated pelicans have started returning to Georgia after migrating further south for the winter. Tim Keyes, a coastal bird biologist with the state.

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