Plastic for dinner? Seabirds that eat plastic.

Plastic waste is often picked up and eaten by seabirds. Credit: Aris Ford, 2016, PADI, accessed online at:

Roselle Smith

MSc student at the University of Glasgow studying Quantitative Methods in Conservation, Biodiversity and Epidemiology (QMBCE). Currently, researching plastic ingestion in the European herring gull. Interested in wildlife and environmental conservation and animal welfare. Also enjoys reading sciences news, volunteering for conservation charities and bird watching.

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