Example: Food-Attracted Seagull Gives Dr. Park the Side-Eyes at Acadia National Park

Wildlife quickly learn that refined, carb- & fat-rich human foods can replace days of dangerous exertion hunting or foraging for food.

Then they also try swallowing things like fishing line, plastic bags, disposable lighters, and mylar food wrappers.

Then they die or have to be euthanized.

Site: Basalt shoreline south of Thunder Hole, Ocean Drive Loop Road, Mount Desert Island Unit, Acadia National Park, Maine, USNPS, 44° 19′ 12.36″ N 68° 11′ 19.68″ W

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Video: Logan Park 2018