Although the wording in your question is a little bit confusing (please use capital letters next time), it is possible to identify this text as a news release from the U.S. Department of the Interior. It specifically announces the compilation, by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, of an expanded report on the birds that were rescued and collected during the response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill (which occurred in 2010). The release also informs the reader that subsequent detailed reports will be provided regularly and that they will help the staff of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to better understand the effects of the spill on migratory bird populations and to mitigate its devastating consequences, as well as to identify the culprits and hold them accountable. The release goes on to reveal some information that has been shown in the initial report and to provide the links to two websites where verified species-by-species data and other information can be found, as well as a quote from the Service's director about the scope of the reports. It also refers to the Natural Resource Damage Assessment, which, among other goals, seeks to assess the effects of the spill on the bird population. The text also details the process that is followed in order to collect data for birds affected by the spill, and it concludes by inviting the reader to follow the Service on social media in order to know more about its response to the oil spill, as well as by briefly defining the mission of the agency.