Hundreds of sea gulls scavenge for food as bulldozers bury rubbish at the now-closed Wake County Landfill in North Raleigh in this file photo. A study by Duke University researchers concludes that gulls feeding on trash can be a significant course of nitrogen and phosphorus at nearby lakes.
Hundreds of sea gulls scavenge for food as bulldozers bury rubbish at the now-closed Wake County Landfill in North Raleigh in this file photo. A study by Duke University researchers concludes that gulls feeding on trash can be a significant course of nitrogen and phosphorus at nearby lakes. TRAVIS LONG TRAVIS LONG
Hundreds of sea gulls scavenge for food as bulldozers bury rubbish at the now-closed Wake County Landfill in North Raleigh in this file photo. A study by Duke University researchers concludes that gulls feeding on trash can be a significant course of nitrogen and phosphorus at nearby lakes. TRAVIS LONG TRAVIS LONG