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Buildings are Killing Birds

Andrew Sebastian, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Ecotourism & Conservation Society Malaysia (ECOMY)

18-Feb-20 14:00

Buildings are Killing Birds

As more high-rise buildings dot our urban skyline, birds have unwittingly become their victims. Increasing numbers of birds are dying by crashing into glass buildings. Why is this happening and what can we do?


Produced by: Tee Shiao Eek

Presented by: Tee Shiao Eek, Lim Sue Ann


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Tags:  The Bigger PictureThe Daily Digestbirdsbird deathsglass buildingsskyscrapershigh-rise buildingsurban developmentwildlifeurbanisationbuilding collisionsbird migrationmigratory birdslight pollutionEnergy, EnvironmentProperty, Real Estate, ConstructionSocial Enterprises, Non-ProfitsEnvironment/Sustainability

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