Travis Longcore

President of Los Angeles Audubon Society

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Hundreds of millions of birds die annually from colliding with buildings. In LA, some animal advocates want to see architectural designs that are safer for avian inhabitants.

Birds are dying by flying into buildings. Can architects solve the problem?

Hundreds of millions of birds die annually from colliding with buildings. In LA, some animal advocates want to see architectural designs that are safer for avian inhabitants.

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