Turning off building lights reduces US muigratory bird killsB

Subject: Turning off building lights reduces US muigratory bird killsB
From: Laurie&Leanne Knight <>
Date: Sat, 11 May 2002 18:25:01 +1000
Is there any data that indicates that birds flying into buildings during the
night-time is a significant problem in Australia?


Andrew Taylor wrote:
> >From
> Turning off building lights reduces bird window-kill by 83%
> Field Museum scientists release data from two-year study
> CHICAGO--New data never before published reveals that turning off building
> lights in a major city could save thousands of migratory birds a day.

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