The COASST interns even found a Black Footed Albatross, what a day!
Hundreds of these jellies were spotted washed up on South Leadbetter
Peck marks from confused sea birds thinking this Styrofoam was food
Marine debris exhibiting peck marks.
The COASST interns of Autumn 2012 chow down after a great day of surveying in the sun.
This is an excellent display of 1° outer cut on a cormorant wing
Before our piece of marine debris made it to the USA, it probably looked like this! A plastic jug that stored tea. Mystery solved!
Marine debris from Taiwan washed up on the Washington coast. A former COASST intern translated the characters for us, which say: “Jellygrass Tea Shop.” With this info we were able to search for this tea shop online. Check out the next photo so see what we found!