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2,700 plus towers update lighting systems, saving migratory birds and expenses
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16 July 2019
On 16 July 2019 American Bird Conservancy reported:
Over the past two years, thousands of communications tower operators have updated their lighting systems by turning off steady-burning (L-810) side-marker lights that attract birds and cause millions to die from collisions each year. (Flashing lights remain atop these towers, ensuring aviation safety.) 'Simply turning off the lights can reduce a tower's rate of bird mortality by as much as 70 percent and save the tower operators money,' said Steve Holmer, American Bird Conservancy.
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