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Let there be dark: the battle to save our sky from light pollution

Huge numbers of species use daylight information as a clock. So birds may decide to migrate or lay eggs at a particular time of year, based on how much light there is. If they arrive too soon, before insect populations have boomed, they risk starvation. “The cues you might be using to decide when to lay your eggs and for nestings to emerge may be increasingly disconnected from when the food that you want to feed those chicks is actually available.”  Read more....

 

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