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Annette Prince & Chicago Bird Collision Monitors

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Nate and Evan sit down with Annette Prince this week to discuss the Chicago Bird Collision Monitors (CBCM) and also the newly passed Bird Safe Buildings Act. Annette Prince has been involved with CBCM since 2003 and the director since 2005. She guides us through the history and mission of this great group. What does a normal morning look like walking around the downtown area searching for injured or deceased birds? What causes these birds to get drawn into the Chicago area during migration? What happens to the birds? Has a bird ever taken an Uber or Public Transit???We also discuss the newly passed Bird Safe Buildings Act. What buildings will that affect in Illinois and what changes will need to be made? Does that mean we will have to change all the windows in our house? We really enjoyed sitting down with Annette and learning about the CBCM organization and how they helped to make Illinois a a safer place for birds.BIOAnnette Prince has worked on local and national conservation projects as well as wildlife education and rehabilitation programs over the last thirty years. She joined the grass-roots project - Chicago Bird Collision Monitors - eighteen years ago and became its director in 2005 helping to advance its mission to rescue, educate and advocate for the protection of birds impacted by the dangers they face in urban areas. Annette has served on the board of the Chicago Audubon Society for seventeen years.  She heads the Bird Friendly Chicago initiative to promote bird-friendly building design in Chicago.Annette is an avid bird watcher who has traveled to all 50 states, Canada, Mexico and Central America to enjoy birds and their natural habitats.Useful Linkswww.birdmonitors.nethttps://www.facebook.com/ChicagoBirdCollisionMonitors/
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