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Somewhere between 90,000 and 230,000 birds die each year in New York City after colliding with glass buildings.
The annual memorial is helping scientists understand the ways in which light pollution is impacting the behavior of nocturnal animals.
Migrating birds should have a safer journey now that the US Post
Was this baby lamb a little too eager for the city's
A new showdown between bird lovers and building owners may be brewing.
We’ve been spotting robins in the park for a few weeks now,
Bird lovers, rejoice! Pale Male and Lola now have a new place
Eager to be rid of the zealous media attention, 927 Fifth Avenue
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