New Viking stadium glass bad for birds?
Search and locate master Painting contractors - Repair DIY Message Board - Birds also use the nearby Mississippi River as a navigational aid. US Bank Stadium features about 200,000 square feet of glass, which the National Audubon Society believes could be responsible for the deaths of about 1,000 birds per year. Birds don’t see glass and are prone to flying directly into it. In addition, reflections of the sky in the glass can cause disorientation among birds, resulting in an increased number of injuries and bird deaths. . . Aviary experts fear that the stadium’s north and west walls, and its large glass doors will cause significant harm to local species
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