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Lights Out Baltimore: Saving Birds One Building at a Time

Appeared September/October 2015
Published in The Maryland Yellowthroat

In Lights Out Baltimore: Saving Birds One Building at a Time GFP graduate and Maryland Zoo animal keeper Carly Barron shares her experiences with the Maryland-based non-profit, Lights Out Baltimore, in monitoring and studying avian window collisions during migration seasons. Lights Out Baltimore's goal is to persuade city officials and community members to employ bird-friendly buildings and light practices which are crucial to the survival of migratory birds.