Bird-Friendly Building Design

To: birding-aus <>
Subject: Bird-Friendly Building Design
From: Gary Davidson <>
Date: Sat, 17 Dec 2011 10:33:20 -0800 (PST)

Hi All,
I saw this in a recent newsletter put out by Bird Studies Canada, thought it 
might also be of interest in Australia.
16 December 2011
A new and highly informative, free downloadable publication is now available 
from the American Bird Conservancy’s Collision’s Program on “Bird-Friendly 
Building Design.” The 58-page publication examines the mirror effect of 
windows, glass transparency, the “passage effect” caused by dark glass, and the 
dramatic effects of external and internal building lighting, all of which 
contribute to bird collisions. The publication also addresses building design, 
bird movements, and habitat and landscape designs which can either prevent or 
increase the collision problem. To view the publication and download a copy, 
select this link. 

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