Many families take to local parks each year to enjoy the long-standing tradition of cracking confetti eggs over someone’s head. Unfortunately, this can harm local wildlife and waterways since the small plastic particles left behind are too small to be collected by parks maintenance staff. Since they can’t be collected, they often blow into creeks or ponds where they’re mistaken as food and eaten by fish and other wildlife. This Easter season, consider alternatives that aren’t harmful to the environment.