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Turning off building lights at night cuts bird collisions, study shows
by Rhi Storer
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7 June 2021
On 7 June 2021 The Guardian reported:
Turning off building lights at night can save migrating birds from crashing into buildings, a study based on decades of research has shown. Scientists found that on nights when half the windows of a large building in Chicago were darkened, there were 11 times fewer bird collisions during spring migration and six times fewer collisions during autumn migration than when all the windows were lit.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
... The US has lost more than a quarter of its bird numbers, or about 3 billion birds, over the past half a century.
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