Bird-Friendly Building Design

To: "Gary Davidson" <>, "birding-aus" <>
Subject: Bird-Friendly Building Design
From: "Jim Tate" <>
Date: Sat, 17 Dec 2011 14:28:59 -0700
The link to the pdf of the bird-friendly design is here:

We have had some success here in Washington, DC in getting lights turned off and getting some of the worst buildings modified.  I would be interested to know how much of a problem these things are in Australia.  I have been discussing these issues with my son who is an architect in Brisbane.  We are trying to find out if this is a migration problem there like it is here.        -TATE

James Tate, Jr., Ph.D. | Research Associate |
Smithsonian Institution Migratory Bird Center |
National Zoological Park |
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James Tate, Jr. | Senior Fellow and Director |
Ecological Economics and Ethics Program |
Potomac Institute for Policy Studies |
Ballston Metro Center Office Tower |
901 N. Stuart Street, Suite 200, Arlington, VA 22203
Washington, DC 20007
T 202-841-2056| Email: m("","jtate");">

If you live anywhere near Washington, DC, go to see the Anglo-Saxon Hoard at the National Geographic before it returns to England in the spring. "Wyrd bið ful aræd"  

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