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Dark Skies: Lights Out for Migratory Birds
May 1 @ 7:00 pm
Did you know that most birds migrate at night? During spring migration, birds migrating at night are dependent on dark skies to keep their course as they return to northern nesting grounds. Artificial light at night disorients migrating birds and can lead to devastating effects on flocks. Lights Out campaigns reduce the amount of artificial nighttime light and can help protect migratory birds. Join Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy at this education event with guest speakers from partner organizations such as Dark Sky Friends and The Audubon Society of Northern Virginia who will share expertise on the importance of dark skies for bird migration, as well as what Lights Out really means. Registration required.
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