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Study: U.S. Bank Stadium Accounts for at Least 111 Bird Fatalities Per Year

U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis is the focus of another study about bird collisions. According to the study, titled “Factors Influencing Bird-Building Collisions in the Downtown Area of a Major North American City,” U.S. Bank Stadium and three high-rise office … Continue reading

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Conservationists Release Bird Study of Glassy Minnesota Stadium

The new glass-happy U.S. Bank Stadium is back in the news again, as the Audubon Chapter of Minneapolis released a report observing bird mortality and injury at the complex during the fall 2016 migration season. Audubon and other conservation organizations … Continue reading

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With “Bird-Friendly” Glass Out of Picture, Vikings Stadium Eyes Post-Install Solution

The ongoing construction of the Minnesota Vikings’ new stadium—which will utilize approximately 190,000 square feet of glass in a prime migratory area—has continued to draw the attention of bird activists and legislators alike. However, recent calls for the builder to … Continue reading

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Minnesota Stadium Project Standing Ground on Glass Usage Amid Bird Debate

Glass is no new foe to birds, but an ongoing construction project that will utilize approximately 200,000 square feet of glass in a migratory area has recently directed much attention to the matter. A new multi-purpose stadium in Minnesota—which will … Continue reading

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