Helping Birds Migrate Past Skyscrapers
In their fast-approaching fall migration, birds will face numerous obstacles as they head south. Nighttime fliers can get confused by all the urban lights and crash into skyscrapers.
In Chicago, a group called the Chicago Bird Collision Monitors has partnered with doormen and building managers to help the birds flying south.
Host Debbie Elliott talks with Lea Miller, a Chicago building manager who has rescued numerous birds at her 30-story building.
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