"Perhaps none of this would be happening without citizen-scientists dedicated to a rather morbid avocation, folks who soon will take to the streets again to document the deadly toll the buildings of Washington and Baltimore will have on the spring migration." Birds collected in Baltimore and delivered to the Smithsonian include, from left: American woodcock, black-eyed junco, yellow-bellied sapsucker, ovenbird, catbird, and northern flicker. (Matt McClain/The Washington Post). Lynne Parks has an exhibit on display through April 6 at the Baltimore Museum of Art. This is a photograph she took of a rose-breasted grosbeak found near the Baltimore Convention Center. (Lynne Parks).