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A recent segment of the weekly program Oregon Art Beat featured an artist in southern Oregon. One of the works shown was a sculpture, several large pieces of wood with over 2,000 holes drilled in them, one hole for each seabird killed by the oil that spilled from a freighter that ran aground near Coos Bay in 1999.

I'm still waiting for the sculpture with the tens of thousands of holes commemorating birds killed by Oregon's wind turbines. But I'm not holding my breath.

About that wreck:

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