Metal madness: Lead doesn't just poison birds, it scrambles everything they need to survive
Publisher: Environmental Health News
Date Written: 10/09/2014
Year Published: 2014
Resource Type: Article
Cx Number: CX16966
It's well-known that high levels of lead kill birds. But now it's becoming clear that amounts commonly encountered by waterfowl and raptors can mess up their digestion, brains, hearts, vision and other body processes critical for their survival in the wild.