Albatross, Bald Eagles, Vultures eat plastic
Big birds of Midway Atoll; birds of Vancouver Landfill; birds of Puerto Vallarta; birds of Cedar Hills all have one thing in common: they mistake plastic for food. Albatross, Bald Eagles, and Vultures will usually survive within these habitats unless plastic ingestion causes disease and poisonings.
Most majestic birds maintain a place in nature due to the habitat being abundantly full of foods.
When plastic is not part of the diet, the birds will usually thrive with a standard food source. The birds within their habitat usually survive when food is bountiful and nutritious as apposed to poisonous plastic.
When the birds’ food source is within a landfill, the ingestion of the plastic cannot be avoided, as the birds mistake the plastic for food.