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Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

A person walks on a sidewalk toward a large, windowed building.

ASG petition aims to save birds from campus window collisions

November 14, 2022

All-glass buildings may be a contemporary architect’s dream, but for migratory birds, they’re an invisible threat.  Associated Student Government’s Sustainability Committee hopes to address that...

A bird sanctuary sign on a fence in front of a green area.

City Council passes bird-friendly building ordinance

September 27, 2022

New Evanston developments will be required to follow bird-safe standards in an effort to reduce bird collision deaths after City Council unanimously approved a safety ordinance designed in partnership...

Melanie West helps during a bird sanctuary work session July 8. The Clark Street Beach Bird Sanctuary aims to attract migrating birds after an existing habitat was destroyed by the construction of the Segal Visitors Center.

Clark Street Beach Bird Sanctuary aims to repair environmental damage

July 13, 2017

When hundreds of trees were destroyed for the construction of the Segal Visitors Center in 2012, migrating birds lost a stopping point on their routes up and down North America. Northwestern officials...

Paul D’Agostino

Evanston environmental services bureau chief honored with award from Chicago Audubon Society

April 10, 2017

Paul D’Agostino didn’t realize he was up for the Chicago Audubon Society’s Protector of the Environment award until he received an email saying he won it. D’Agostino, who has served as Evanston’s...

Landscape architect Ryan Kettelkamp speaks Thursday at the public meeting for the Clark Street Beach Bird Sanctuary Restoration Project. City officials unveiled a preliminary design for the project at the meeting.

City officials unveil preliminary design for Clark Street Beach Bird Sanctuary

May 14, 2015

City officials unveiled a preliminary restoration design for the Clark Street Beach Bird Sanctuary on Thursday at the restoration project’s second public meeting. The restoration project aims to restore...

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