Tell the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: Don't let companies freely kill birds

Since 1918, the Migratory Bird Treaty Act has provided critical protections for some of our nation's most vulnerable birds. The act has even saved some birds from the brink of extinction.

Businesses have long faced consequences when their practices kill scores of birds, and with 3 billions fewer birds in North American skies, it makes no sense to weaken this law. I strongly oppose the proposal to allow companies to "incidentally" kill birds with no consequences.