So there we were, in the middle of our annual shareholders meeting, when SPLAT! This bird flies into the window. So I turn to Jeff from Mergers, and I say, “You know, that wouldn’t be the only bird-brain around here!” Can you believe it?
No, not really. But apparently it’s true: Lots of birds are flying into office windows. But not necessarily during corporate board room shananagans, as suggested, but moreso at night. Birds are attracted to light at night, and fly into high-rise windows. But are we sure we’re not talking about giant moths here? Mothra, even? And if our feathered friends are in fact dying from these collisions, why isn’t Bay Street and the like littered with dead birds? Sounds like more squawking from bird lobby groups.