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September 24, 2015 1:00 AM

Rescue center overwhelmed with starving seabirds; rising ocean temperatures cited

El Niño-triggered sea temperature rise may be affecting food supply of seabirds

Young birds most affected because they struggle to dive deeper for food

Fairfield rescue center has seen 25 times more common murres than normal this past month

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