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July 9th, 2014: Reducing Bird Collisions with Communication Towers
|Date:||Wednesday July 9th, 2014|
|Topic:||Reducing Bird Collisions with Communication Towers|
|Captioning:||Captioning Services will be available for this webinar.|
|Archive:||If you are unable to attend this webinar, it will be recorded and posted on the Migratory Bird Program Webinar Series Archive approximately 1-2 weeks after the presentation.|
|Presenter:||Dr. Joelle Gehring, FCC|
Every year at least 7 million migratory songbirds collide with communications towers in North America. Many
agencies manage and utilize a system of communications towers for their operations and several agencies
manage land with permits for siting communications towers. Learn about the new FAA lighting
recommendations that make possible a 70% reduction in bird collisions while reducing tower lighting and
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