Every 9 seconds, a bird strikes a building and dies. Learn how migratory birds and bats are affected by light pollution and glass collisions, how to create a collision monitoring program, what species have been rescued, and how YOU can protect birds and bats at your own home. Approved for Alamo Area Master Naturalist AT hours.
About the Presenter
Lindsay Jacks is the Director of Lights Out Baltimore (LOB). In 10 years, they have collected over 4,000 birds, rescued 1,300 birds, rescued 70 bats, and installed bird-safe products for commercial buildings. Volunteers monitor daily during migration to rescue injured birds and bats that have fallen victim to light pollution and building collisions.
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Saving Birds One Building at a Time
October 08, 2020
Register by visiting the Bexar Audubon Society events page linked on the orange "Register Now" button.