Effects of Artificial Night Lighting on Migrating Birds
Many hundreds of species of birds typically migrate at night, and it is well known that fires and artificial lights attract birds during migration, particularly when the sky is cloudy and the ceiling is low.
Gauthreraux Jr., S.A., and C.G. Belser. 2006. Effects of artificial night lighting on migrating birds. In Ecological Consequences of Artificial Night Lighting, edited by C. Rich and T. Longcore, pp. 67-93. Washington D.C.: Island Press.
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