MNFI scientist quoted in Wall Street Journal

In a previous Spotlight article, I featured Dr. Joelle Gehring’s selection by the Partners in Flight Awards Committee for a national award for her contributions toward bird conservation, specifically her work on bird collisions with communications towers. Joelle is a senior conservation scientist in Michigan State University Extension’s Michigan Natural Features Inventory (MNFI).

Joelle was quoted in a recent Wall Street Journal article on turning off steady warning lights to avoid bird-tower collisions. Read the article here.

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