Clammers hit the beach near Grayland State Park as they look for razor clams on Feb. 17. The start of the 2015-16 could be delayed by high domoic acid levels in the clams.
Clammers hit the beach near Grayland State Park as they look for razor clams on Feb. 17. The start of the 2015-16 could be delayed by high domoic acid levels in the clams. Tony Overman Staff file, 2015
Clammers hit the beach near Grayland State Park as they look for razor clams on Feb. 17. The start of the 2015-16 could be delayed by high domoic acid levels in the clams. Tony Overman Staff file, 2015

High domoic acid levels likely to delay start of razor clam season

September 17, 2015 09:45 PM

UPDATED September 18, 2015 04:45 AM

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