Date: 3/19/17 10:15 am
From: Cindy McIntyre <cindy...>
Subject: Re: A Window Into Bird Fatalities
You might want to contact local media - will help spread the word.
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Subject: Re: [OKBIRDS] A Window Into Bird Fatalities
From: Jim Jorgensen <hpah...>
Date: Sun, March 19, 2017 10:36 am
To: <OKBIRDS...>

Thank you Bill !

Sent from my iPhone
On Mar 19, 2017, at 8:35 AM, William Diffin <okiebirder...>
wrote:

At the March meeting of OKC Audubon tomorrow night, March 20,
Nathan Kuhnert will present the results of several years of
his own research into bird fatalities in downtown Oklahoma
City. Nathan's interest was prompted by the large number of
dead birds he saw as well as the reports he received from
other concerned workers in the business district. Nathan
conducted regular surveys, collected carcasses, took
photographs and kept detailed fatality records for several
years to document the hazard posed by glass or mostly glass
structures when insufficient mitigation strategies are
employed. His research is the first of its kind in Oklahoma
City and is probably one of the more thorough efforts in a
major business district in the central and southern parts of
the Central Flyway. Nathan will also discuss the constellation
of organizations continent-wide who are involved in calling
attention to the problem and in communicating about
the technologies which are available to solve it. This month
OKC Audubon will return to its traditional meeting room in the
newly renovated Will Rogers Park Garden Exhibition Center. The
meeting will run from 7 to 9 PM. Non-members are encouraged to
attend. For more info on the program and Nathan's goals, go to
http://okc-audubon.org/. Bill DiffinOKC Audubon President
 
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