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Okay, here is a thread about our bird creek we built a bunch of years ago in our backyard. Shot this quick video of current stream this evening. Right now, it’s composed of an upper and lower stream, plus a small pond. 1/n pic.twitter.com/hkDbTcywGg— Birder K (@Birder_Katie) May 24, 2019
Hard working dad #blackbird takes a break in our fledgling pond. #OverstrandBirdCafe Please ensure your garden visitors have access to safe supplies of water for bathing & drinking. While you’re here...please sign our petition https://t.co/MlWSbR8WmX #SaveTheBactonSandMartins 😊 pic.twitter.com/qAqCmZaHhT— Bea (@NorfolkBea) July 11, 2019
What is #birdfriendly building design? Do I have to give up my view to save #birds? These and other common bird-window collisions questions are answered in Dr. Christine Sheppard's webinar. It's on the @ABCbirds YouTube channel for you to watch! https://t.co/QawPk69gT2 pic.twitter.com/PkWbkw4GXn— American Bird Conservancy (@ABCbirds) June 19, 2019
As my 4th gr. teacher always said, "It doesn't take a rocket scientist!" 444 W Lake reflects sky + river. Is it any wonder such a building kills high numbers of birds? Last May I found these 3 sparrows in one morning. #DeadBirdsChicago @chicagosmayor @BirdFriendlyChi @ChicagoDOB pic.twitter.com/1u10UTtMtt— Robyn Detterline (@VoiceStewards) June 12, 2019
You can take action against one of the most significant threats to Canada’s bird populations. Use coupon code BSC2019 when you purchase Feather Friendly’s DIY kit for preventing collisions – @FeatherFriendly will donate $1.00/roll to Bird Studies Canada! https://t.co/OJWAKniAgv pic.twitter.com/Dqvouj5nXq— Bird Studies Canada (@BirdsCanada) July 4, 2019
We were able to create a low-cost, minimally-invasive system to reduce bird strikes to our new windows. Thanks to Aaron Wilson for designs, Chester Folck for prototype testing , Paul Green for machining, and a team of Karina Peggau, Kasey Krok, and Kira Harris for installation. pic.twitter.com/BL79XVk5ln— Byrd Polar & Climate Research Center (@ByrdPolar) July 1, 2019
The first @okstate bus shelter is being treated for our #Bird-#WindowCollision study! Soon we'll start collecting post-treatment collision data to compare w/ untreated shelters#ornithology #birdfriendly@gjriggs @MoveOKstate @FeatherFriendly @OSU_Research @OSUgreen @okstate_ag pic.twitter.com/wkAYY9aAwo— Loss Ecology Lab (@LossLabOSU) June 20, 2019
World’s first #birdfriendly sports/entertainment venue @FiservForum @nba Milwaukee Bucks’ @USGBC LEED Silver® certification. https://t.co/5MJCIdwAjZ Arena uses #fritting, a thin ceramic coating on glass https://t.co/uIYYZo32vI— FLAP Canada (@FLAPCanada) February 17, 2019
Are you looking for unique, innovative, avant-garde, sustainable #glass solutions? We may just have what you're looking for! EPD, HPD, bird-friendly glass, interior & exterior applications. Booth 7710 #A19CON pic.twitter.com/NkmDK6w5ve— WalkerTextures (@WalkerTextures) June 6, 2019
The South Korean Ministry of Environment estimates that about 8 million birds are killed in South Korea annually by colliding with transparent windows. Feather Friendly® has been the chosen solution to reduce these numbers. #Featherfriendly pic.twitter.com/FkSCFkSu33— Feather Friendly (@FeatherFriendly) June 6, 2019
DYK that the Statue of Liberty museum is #birdfriendly? This is a HUGE deal.— American Bird Conservancy (@ABCbirds) May 23, 2019
Architecture firm @FXCollaborative was one of the first to recognize that designing bird-friendly buildings should be integral to all architecture. We commend them.
More info: https://t.co/JWHaxNjyTh pic.twitter.com/NBmfHiKjWY
The key with #bird safe #glass is to create something the birds can see but humans can’t. The team at Pilkington UK are experts at manipulating the absorptive and reflective properties of coatings, and it's how Pilkington AviSafe™ has been developed.https://t.co/RsEnHvsXIj pic.twitter.com/W6Ku0K3s4E— Pilkington Glass (@pilkingtonglass) May 28, 2019
NREL is proud to have been recognized by @ABCbirds1 for our efforts to make windows on our campus safer for #birds through the use of bird-friendly design tactics on laboratory buildings and other structures. Learn more in their story at https://t.co/BWGAouHna4 pic.twitter.com/aY0BQo8t08— NREL (@NREL) June 12, 2018
I did this to my entire house, and it works. Not a single bird-window strike since putting this up— and I basically live in Birdland out here.— Billy (@BillyArmagh) July 7, 2019
FYI, you don’t even see the dots when you’re looking out your windows after a few hours of getting used to it. https://t.co/iCVCKqH70x