Science Vikings stadium could send birds off to Valhalla, Audubon Society says

The Audubon Society has criticized the design for the Minnesota Vikings stadium under construction, saying the humongous glass windows could spell death for unsuspecting birds.

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With its 200,000-square-foot walls of glass, the planned Minnesota Vikings stadium may feel open and natural for spectators, but these nearly invisible walls could be a "death trap" for songbirds, says Audubon Minnesota.