Climate Quick Tip: Nighty-Night, Lights!

For the benefit of our bird friends, turn out lights at night, including exterior decorative lights. It’s especially important to keep exterior lights off during migration seasons. If lights are essential, aim them downwards, away from where birds might be resting, or use motion-sensitive lights.

The less light, the better for birds at night, especially during migration season.

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