Caspian Terns

Keith Seinfeld of member station KPLU in Seattle reports on the world's largest colony of Caspian terns near the mouth of the Columbia River. The birds are protected by federal law, but they feed on another federally protected species, salmon. It's created a dilemma for the federal government.

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