How to Determine if Glass is Bird Safe

The need for “bird-friendly” glass is increasing significantly. More and more cities, provinces and states are aware of the impact a glass building façade can have on bird collisions.

As more focus is put on how to design safer buildings for birds, it is also important to understand the metrics used and how glass is tested to obtain performance data.  

Posted by Emilie-Ann Dubreuil-Myles.  

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