Tag: American Bird Conservancy
Many U.S. cities and counties have emerged as leaders in advancing bird-friendly building design and practice over the past two decades.
ABC's testing facility expansion will meet manufacturers' demand for testing bird-friendly glass to reduce the threat of window collisions for birds.
The city-wide ordinance in Madison, WI will require new large construction and expansion projects to use modern strategies and materials that allow birds to see glass.
American Bird Conservancy and Insulating Glass Manufacturers Alliance (IGMA) will collaborate on bird-friendly design solutions.
Designed to earn LEED Silver certification, the NBA team’s new Fiserv Forum features glass that is visible to birds to help prevent collisions.
Working with the local community and experts from American Bird Conservancy, Northwestern University is using state-of-the-art solutions to keep birds from dying in collisions with glass walls and windows.
To date, operators of more than 750 tall towers throughout the U.S. have updated lighting systems under new guidelines put in place by FAA and FCC.
Factors such as setting, occupancy, and specific concerns influence strategy.
Facility managers use maintenance and exclusion tactics to repel unwelcome guests. From the July 2013 issue.