This video from the USA is called Audubon Society Says New Vikings Stadium Could Be Bird ‘Death Trap’.
From the National Audubon Society in the USA today:
More than 41,000 folks have already responded to the National Audubon Society’s call to ask the Minnesota Vikings to switch to bird-safe glass in constructing their monumental new stadium in the heart of the Mississippi flyway.
But Audubon needs your help to keep up the pressure. Their goal is to deliver 65,000 (that’s one signer for each seat in the new stadium) petitions by the end of this week!
Won’t you join other bird enthusiasts by taking action now?
Estimates show that the million-dollar investment in safer glass could reduce bird strike mortality by 75 percent or more. That’s a huge conservation return on investment on a stadium expected to cost a billion dollars!
That’s why I’ve forwarded you Audubon’s email alert below for you to learn more and, if you like, make your voice heard.
Help the builders see the light. Take action!
Public Editor, eNature.com
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