High chemical levels found in robin eggs

by Greg Nelson

Herald Editor

Results of a robin egg study in the St. Louis area was among the discussion topics during a recent meeting of the Pine River Superfund Citizens Task Force technical committee.

Results from second part of contamination study show deadly levels in St. Louis robins

By Malachi Barrett, mbarrett@michigannewspapers.com, @PolarBarrett

Posted: 08/21/14, 4:41 PM EDT |

Labor Day Bridge Walk

Deadly DDT levels in St. Louis, Michigan, robins' eggs.

Dead birds spur cleanup of longstanding DDT contamination

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Birds fall from sky in St. Louis, Mich., amid massive chemical cleanup

Songbirds dying from DDT in Michigan yards; Superfund site blamed

 

Trees being removed in contaminated town

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