Why do Birds Fly Into Glass on Buildings?

The 200,000 square feet of glass in the Minnesota Vikings’ $1 billion stadium has been deemed a “death trap” for birds by the Minnesota Audubon Society. The society has called for glazed glass to be used in the project — at a cost of $1.1 million — to help avoid bird strikes. The stadium will […]

via Why do Birds Fly Into Glass? — Old Guv Legends

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