Continuous research and development is a significant cornerstone of what we are about here at Feather Friendly®. Therefore, we are very excited to share the newest option in bird conservation technology - Pro DIY. Our Pro DIY will be available for order starting June 1st, 2022. This mini version of our commercial product is an excellent medium-scale option.
Approximately 1 billion birds are lost in North America due to glass collisions every year. Unfortunately, this number will continue to rise unless we start making urban developments that consider wildlife species. Prevention is vital, as birds that succumb to this issue include healthy breeding pairs, nestlings whose survival depends on parents' care and protection,...
Here at Feather Friendly®, we know that installing your own DIY kit, or connecting with us to create a custom, commercial installation is the best way to keep birds safe from window collisions. However, as we get close to Migratory Bird Day and welcome migratory species back home, there are many ways that you can help protect birds and support biodiversity, too.
Feather Friendly window markers have made their debut in New Zealand with a large-scale bird collision mitigation project.
If you’ve stopped by our blogs before, you might be familiar with our mission to prevent window collisions. After all, next to cats, window collisions are the biggest culprit of bird deaths in North America—and we’re thrilled to see our customers do their part!
The past two years have undoubtedly been challenging: between unforeseen challenges related to COVID-19, worker shortages, mental health, and more, 2022 is as full of possibility as it is uncertainty. And yet, despite it all, Feather Friendly has been thrilled to see various organizations, advocates, scientists, and bird enthusiasts devote their and energy to...
In August of 2021, our partner Safe Wings Ottawa shared a virtual display to help raise awareness for bird collisions in Canada: This powerful visual display used 4015 specimens of birds, which were collected by volunteers during 2019-2020. The display serves to illustrate the devastating effects that window collisions have on bird populations around the world.
We are honoured to form partnerships with organizations who demonstrate
an ongoing commitment to bird conservation.