Each spring and fall, Birds Georgia volunteers patrol Project Safe Flight Georgia routes around the state looking for birds that have been injured or killed by building collisions. This project aims to determine what species are colliding with buildings, how many birds are affected, what parts of town are problematic, and what can be done to make Georgia's cities more bird-friendly.
Since the program began in 2015, more than 2,200 birds, representing 115 different species, have been collected. This infographic shows numbers from our fall surveys.
If you'd like to learn more about Project Safe Flight Georgia or to become a volunteer, visit our Project Safe Flight Georgia page.
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