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New York's plan to save birds from crashing into buildings: lights out
by Aliya Uteuova

The Guardian    Translate This Article
7 September 2023

On 7 September 2023 The Guardian reported: Legislation aims to dim the city's night-time lights that pose a threat to millions of migratory birds passing through. New York City is positioned on the Atlantic Flyway, one of the four main US routes that birds travel. During migratory seasons, millions of birds of more than 200 species traverse New York City as they make their way up the east coast. Before the city existed, there were wetlands and grasslands that created a perfect habitat for the birds passing through. ...But modern architecture poses perils. Francisco Moya, a New York City councilmember, has introduced legislation that would require a number of commercial buildings to turn off their lights through the night. 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.

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