The number of birds being found dead on the South coast is continuing to rise. Most of the guillemots - which have been coming into the RSPCA centre since Tuesday - were washed up at Chesil Beach, near Portland - covered in a sticky substance.
But they've also been found in West Sussex, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Richard Lawrence has the latest.
It could be days before the true scale of the pollution spill affecting sea birds on the south coast is known, wildlife experts said today.
A change in wind direction could have killed thousands more birds after scores were found washed ashore along England's south coast.
Increasing numbers of birds are washing up on the south coast after being covered in a mysterious substance.