Philadelphia residents work to save birds who hit buildings during migration

Countless birds are now finishing their spring migrations. But it can be a dangerous journey, in part because of man-made obstacles. In the U.S. alone, hundreds of millions of birds die each year after flying into buildings. Brook Silva-Braga takes a look at the tragic toll taken on birds and one major city's effort to address the problem.

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