Ft.Smith, Arkansas is a bird sanctuary. Right now at my apartment people are putting up siding trapping baby birds in nests behind the siding.
I don't fully understand your question. Are you saying they are purposely trapping the birds to hunt/kill them or it's happening accidentally or what? I cannot imagine that they would allow residential structures in a bird sanctuary, but I don't live there nor am I at all familiar with the laws in Arkansas. Regardless, the question would be what the jurisdiction is (are you in the bird sanctuary or outside of it?) and what are the laws regarding what people can or can't do or can or can't be held liable for in that jurisdiction.
If you are aware of any specific animals in peril, you may want to inform the property manager and/or construction site supervisor and/or animal control and/or the police and/or a wildlife animal rescue group and/or an animal welfare group like PETA that may take direct action to try to remedy the situation.
Best of luck.
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