On the night of May 14th, about 2.7 million birds migrate through Utah!!

These nocturnally migrating species are most likely to arrive or depart this region at this time of year, based on observations. You can help prevent collisions and death to the birds by simply turning off your lights, especially those that point upward. Bright lights confuse birds who are navigating by stars. Give them a break - Turn off your lights!

Learn more here at the BirdCast Migration Dashboard
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