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Bald Eagle. Photo: Howard Arndt/Audubon Photography Awards
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Responsibly sited solar power is one way to help combat climate change.
Properly sited transmission lines can be safer for birds and are part of a responsible renewable energy future.
Properly sited geothermal plants can help us combat climate change.
Properly sited wind power can help protect birds from climate change.
Birds face innumerable threats in our human built environment and our glass surfaces are one of the biggest.
Making Our Built Environment Safer for Birds
Researchers could use birders' sharp eyes to help with these digital community-science projects.
On Florida's Marco Island, families of the small owls live among the locals, who keep a close eye on the birds to ensure they will always feel welcome.
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