https://twcbirds.home.blog/2019/02/15/why-im-here/

Hi, I’m Ononto C. Throughout this blog our main goal is to get people to petition Time Warner to add pixelated films to prevent birds from hitting the building and dying (The time Warner Buildings are 750 feet tall). The reason me and my group decided to focus on this problem is that it is a local problem we can make a difference in. So this started when Santiago was walking around Columbus Circle when a bird fell right in front of him. He felt touched since he had two birds of his own. Then notified us.

We are petitioning TWC and so far we have 39 signatures and our goal is 100. I and my group members each made a video explaining something related to bird collisions. This is one of the four my group did. My video discussed the actual reasons behind bird’s colliding with windows. This video provided three reasons why bird collisions occur so often. You can see how often bird collisions happen in Aidan’s video ( https://youtu.be/nCHmlvbwH5c ). And how to prevent bird collisions is discussed in Ashton’s and Santiago’s video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZ_Tcs_b9rA&feature=youtu.be ).

This project took around 4 hours. The first two I did research and got my self informed. After getting all my information I split my info into 3 categories each for a different reason of birds hitting windows. After that, I just recording everything off my head and included the sources of my information. I used my actual voice instead of text to speech to seem more trustworthy to my audience and I learned why bird’s hit windows. The hope was that our video will educate our audience enough for them to support our cause.

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