New Study Finds that Bird Ingestion of Plastic in U.S./Canadian North Pacific Among Highest in the World
A new study by U.S. and Canadian scientists has found that seabirds may be eating much more plastic trash than they have in the past, and that seabirds studied off the coast of Washington State and British Columbia are ingesting plastic at rates that are “among the highest” in the world.

New Study Finds that Bird Ingestion of Plastic in U.S./Canadian North Pacific Among Highest in the World

A new study by U.S. and Canadian scientists has found that seabirds may be eating much more plastic trash than they have in the past, and that seabirds studied off the coast of Washington State and British Columbia are ingesting plastic at rates that are “among the highest” in the world.