Workers gather oil-soaked seaweed at Sand Point, Wash., part of a cleanup from a 231,000-gallon oil spill that followed the collision of a barge and a tugboat near Grays Harbor. Gobs of heavy bunker oil have dirtied 300 miles of coastline from Oregon to British Columbia. The spill has killed at least 3,200 birds. Barge owners have agreed to pay for the cleanup.