Combatting Window Collisions with Bird-Friendly Solutions
Glass is everywhere. And while there's no denying that glass buildings and structures are attractive to the human eye, our affinity for aesthetics doesn't account for what glass might look like to a bird's eye.
How Feeding the Birds can Supplement Conservation Efforts
In addition to using Feather Friendly® bird deterrent window markers, participating in local bird counts, planting native plans, and supporting bird-friendly bylaws and legislations in your area, feeding the birds is just one way you can supplement your bird conservation efforts.
Addressing Climate Change Through Bird Conservation
Birds aren't just vulnerable to climate change: Industrial development, natural predators, and natural disasters are some of the many stressors that birds face. Here at Feather Friendly®, we believe that making small changes can help support bird populations, and we can all do our part to protect the birds.
How to Make A Bird Safe Backyard This Spring
An astonishing 1 billion birds are killed every year in North America. The cause? Windows. Our skyscrapers and condos might be a sign of our architectural prowess, but our beautiful glass buildings are the second leading cause of death for the birds who share the skies with them.
Supporting Bird Conservation Through Innovation
Since 2004, Feather Friendly® has left its mark on many windows by creating a product that combines user-friendliness with cutting-edge innovation. And we aim to keep it that way: To date, there are approx, 1 million sq ft of Feather Friendly® Bird Deterrent Technology on windows across the world.
New York City’s Bird-Friendly Legislation Marks Long-term Conservation Efforts
Fellow bird-conservationists, experts, enthusiasts, and civilians have reason to rejoice: On December 10, 2019, the New York City Council approved proposed initiative 1482B, enacted to ensure that the city’s administrative and building codes are updated to include bird-friendly materials.
We are honoured to form partnerships with organizations who demonstrate
an ongoing commitment to bird conservation.