Conservation Measures

Buildings, Glass and Lighting

 Reducing Bird Collisions with Buildings and Building Glass (1.8MB)- The purpose of this document is to provide straightforward, best-known approaches for reducing bird collisions with buildings and building glass through building occupant measures, simple low cost actions, and strategies for new buildings, building renovations and building retro-fits.

 Building Glass and Lighting Lunchroom Flyer (177.9KB) - This flyer, a product of the Council for the Conservation of Migratory Birds, includes some simple, low cost measures that anyone can implement in their home or at the office to save birds all day, every day.

 Loss, S.R., Loss, S.S., Will, T., Marra, P.P. 2014. Best practices for data collection in studies of bird-window collisions (192.5KB) - Data collected by researchers and volunteer-led monitoring programs has been exceptionally important for improving the understanding of bird-window collision mortality. However, after compiling and analyzing data from dozens of monitoring programs, it was revealed that there are common pitfalls that limit the applicability of these data to large-scale studies. This paper covers the best practices to following that will ensure monitoring efforts more accurately document local window collision mortality and better inform large-scale research studies.

 

Last Updated: January 16, 2018