We had 3 cedar waxwing collisions this past week on the north side of Emerson Alumni Hall, campus building #261. We usually have around 10 occurrences per year, but they seem to be increasing recently. But the main locations remain under either of the two large round windows on the north side. We also had a collision on the south side as well. This one (also a cedar waxwing) survived and EH&S picked it up and took it to the small animal clinic at UF. Please let me know what we can do to help.
Fieldwork for Manitoba Breeding Bird Atlas (www.birdatlas.mb.ca)