Study Details Toxic Accumulation in Puget Sound Seabirds Eating Fish, Including Columbia Chinook

Seabirds nesting in Puget Sound consume fish, including Columbia River salmon, far more contaminated by long-lasting urban pollutants such as PCBs and flame retardants than seabirds feeding on the outer Washington coast, according to a new study led by researchers at the Northwest Fisheries Science Center.

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