• News 5 Cleveland features Lights Out project
    By Lauren Wilson – News 5 Cleveland CLEVELAND – It’s that time of year again, birds of all kinds start to migrate out of Ohio in droves, but they face a threat along their way—collisions into buildings beaming with bright lights. These nighttime incidents leave dozens of birds injured […]
  • WVIZ-PBS interviews Harvey Webster & Tim Jasinski about Lights Out Cleveland
    By Gabriel Kramer – WVIZ-IdeaStream Every spring and fall, millions of birds migrate over Ohio but they face a threat along their way — nighttime collisions with brightly lit buildings that leave birds either injured or dead. Tim Jasinski’s group of volunteers is just one aspect […]
  • Cleveland.com features Lights Out Cleveland project
    Posted on September 29, 2017 at 12:28 PM By James F. McCarty, The Plain Dealer –  jmccarty@plaind.com   CLEVELAND, Ohio — In the predawn darkness on a steamy mid-September morning, hours before the downtown sidewalks bustle with commuters, a dozen people carrying butterfly nets […]
  • Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society interviews Lights Out leaders
    Betsey Merkel (Web and Marketing, Western Cuyahoga Audubon) recently discussed Lights Out with Matthew Shumar (Program Coordinator, Ohio Bird Conservation Initiative) and Amy LeMonds (Director of Wildlife, Lake Erie Nature and Science Center). Check out the interviews below:       […]
  • WKYC posts news piece on Lights Out Cleveland
    Carl Bachtel, WKYC 5:47 PM. EDT May 03, 2017 CLEVELAND – Cemeteries are places people find their final rest. For birds, these green spaces in cities can save their lives. Birders have long known these gardens of stone attract migrating birds, and in downtown Cleveland, it’s no […]