. . http://ftw.usatoday.com/2017/02/us-...minnesota-bird-killing-machine-death-trap-nfl . . in a single TWO HOUR monitoring period, with volunteers searching for victims, there were 60 dead birds - plus 14 others stunned, unconscious - some of the stunned birds may need care, IMO / IME, as they may have concussions but can't be evaluated until they come to, & there can be other injuries: internal to soft tissue, ruptured air-sacs & the like, or fractured wings, legs, feet... Perching birds need functional toes to perch & sleep safely. Among the birds who died were 21 white-throated sparrows, 9 ruby-throated hummingbirds, & 1 snow bunting - a very rare transient. They don't identify the other 29 dead, nor list the species & numbers who were knocked out / possibly injured / may have died since. . Estimates are that a minimum of 500 migratory songbirds will be killed annually by this pretty monstrosity - & it's nauseating to consider that the team / owner / NFL admin, all KNEW * IN * ADVANCE that this expanse of glass would kill many birds, & went ahead with the design, in that knowledge. Having built the *$#%@*! thing, U know dam*ed well they won't take it down. It will go on killing birds as long as it stands. Barstewards. . . .