The Lights Out Ohio program aims to reduce migrating bird mortality rates due to nighttime building collisions and increase data collection success with volunteer training and public education.
A conversation with Matthew Shumar, Program Coordinator, Lights Out Ohio at Ohio Bird Conservation Initiative (OBCI), about Lights Out Ohio program activity across the State of Ohio.
Matthew provides an update on the reinvigorated activity of Lights Out Cleveland, led by Northeast Ohio natural scientists and conservation organizations working to advance public education, outreach and engagement.
Partner organizations Cleveland Museum of Natural History and Lake Erie Nature and Science Center (LENSC) will host training sessions for volunteers who want to get engaged in field work and data collection in Cleveland, Ohio. Look for updates posted here.
Lights Ohio Cleveland is dedicated to reducing migrating bird mortality rates due to building collisions and increase data collection success with volunteer training and public outreach and education.
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