Bird Friendly Glass: Changing Cities One at a Time!

The state of California now has four cities who have adopted bird friendly guidelines, whether they be voluntary or mandatory.  “We are very excited that the city has taken action to reduce the risk of bird collision with glass windows and building facades.

It shows that nature and birds are an important part of the city’s sustainable future and are valued by San José’s residents, leadership, and city staff,” said Dr. Shani Kleinhaus, Environmental Advocate for SCVAS1.

Bird safety, not only in the glass industry, but throughout the architectural community, seems to finally be getting some positive attention! More and more people are recognizing the importance and impact this is having. Over the last couple of years, many products have come up as bird safe or bird friendly, making it easier for architects, contactors and glaziers to choose the most appropriate option.

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600450 Bird Friendly Glass: Changing Cities One at a Time!
Date: 20 August 2015

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