Bird Safe Glass Explained - Episode 3: The Legislation

Bird Safe Glass Explained - Episode 3: The Legislation
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Walker Glass Company Ltd

Date: 24 July 2020

Walker Glass continues it series on Bird Safe Glass with an episode detailing the various levels of legislation that exist to protect birds from colliding with glass structures.

We interviewed Dr. Daniel Klem, Jr., renowned ornithologist and professor of biology at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, for insight into the current state of bird safe building legislation, as well as what we can expect to come in the future.

Our previous episodes covered "The Issue" posed by birds striking windows and other glass surfaces and "Solutions" to this widespread problem that kills up to a billion birds annually in North America. 

For a more detailed overview of bird safe glass legislation, read this article on Bird Safe Glass Legislation in North America: https://www.walkerglass.com/bird-safe-glass-legislation-in-north-america/

Please be sure to share this video with others, leave a “like” and subscribe to Walker’s YouTube channel to help spread awareness about this ongoing issue and what can be done to help reduce unnecessary bird deaths caused by glass facades and structures.

If you’ve enjoyed this video do not miss the first two episodes of the series: 
The Issue: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHNWS9fxLuQ
Solutions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txyqmFiOabE

To learn more visit our website: https://www.walkerglass.com/resources/bird-safe-glass/

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