Our Partners

Our collaboration strives to make progress by adding more program partners
and growing our list of buildings turning off lights and ordinances
designed to minimize artificial light at night.

Our Program Partners

View our growing list of program partners who are advocating for reducing artificial lighting to help birds safely migrate.

Our Building Partners

View our list of organizations that have agreed to minimize lighting during peak bird migration periods.


We are asking cities, counties, and states to submit ordinances and resolutions that are designed to minimize light pollution.

Lights Out Heartland Partners

Lights Out Heartland's growing list of partners span multiple states including Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, and Tennessee.

Arkansas Audibon
Arts Chamber
Audubon Center of Riverland
Burroughs Audubon
City of Clayton
City of Kansas City, MO
Columbia Audubon Society
DarkSky Missouri
Gateway Arch
KC Zoo & Aquarium
JCCC Center for Sustainability
Oklahoma Alliance
Sierra Club
St. Charles County Parks
Saint Louis Zoo
St. Louis Public Library
St. Louis Audubon Society
Topeka Audubon Society
Tyson Research Center
Washington University of St. Louis
Webster Groves
Wildlife Rescue

Our Goal

Turn lights out during bird migration to help birds travel safe.

LEARN MORE: Scientific evidence suggests that artificial light at night has negative and deadly effects on many creatures including amphibians, birds, mammals, insects and plants. Learn more at DarkSkyMissouri.org or DarkSky.org.