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Blinded By The Light, Birds Crash Into Radio Towers

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Audie Cornish talks to Travis Longcore, associate professor of spatial sciences at the University of Southern California, about bird collisions with communication towers. Longcore co-authored a study that found 6.8 million birds die each year in the U.S. because they fly into communication towers.
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