Viewpoints Industry TV to Look at Migrating Birds That Collide with Office Buildings
Coral Springs, FL, May 24, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Sadly, Viewpoints Industry TV must report that cities and birds sometimes have difficulties coexisting. This is especially true in municipalities that have sprung up along migratory routes used by a wide range of birds every year. The culprits are high-rise office buildings with their curtains of glass. Glass is transparent, especially to animals who do not understand the indoor world that lies beyond the window. They don't know it's there at all. And at night, glass office towers can reflect the clouds and stars, leaving migrating birds with no idea that there is a solid surface there. Collisions are virtually inevitable. In one major city alone, up to 10 million birds can meet their end this way each year. There is some disagreement whether the lights in these offices should be on or off so that the birds know that there is something solid there. Environmental and power-saving policies currently have most office lights turned off at night. A solution is still being sought to protect our feathered friends.
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