Feather Friendly® participating in the 2019 Audubon Convention
Feather Friendly® is very excited to announce we are participating in the 2019 Audubon Convention from July 26th to July 29th. We are looking forward to connecting with the various Audubon groups and members in attendance.
By Design: An Architectural Awakening Could Save Billions of Birds
As many as one billion North American birds die each year in after colliding with windows. Innovations can help them steer clear.
Give birds a chance: Protect home/cottage windows, greenhouses and decking now
As a cottage or home owner you choose where you want to live, work and play. If you are drawn to a natural setting it is likely because you have an appreciation for nature but have you stopped to think how your finishing choices might be impacting the natural world around you?
Oklahoma State University protects birds with Feather Friendly® product on 18 bus shelters
Over 1 million native birds die in the US every day by colliding with glass surfaces like the sides of this bus shelter. Oklahoma State University is leading the way in studying this important bird conservation issue to find a solution.
North Carolina Zoo keeping their birds safe with Feather Friendly® Commercial Window Markers
We are passionate about helping zoos protect their birds using Feather Friendly® commercial window markers. We especially love getting feedback on how the product is helping.
South Korean government continues to reduce bird collisions with Feather Friendly®
The South Korean Ministry of Environment recently called for nationwide efforts to reduce bird deaths from glass collisions, estimating that about 8 million birds are killed in South Korea annually by colliding with transparent windows.
South Korean Ministry of Environment to Reduce Bird Deaths from Glass Collisions
For Immediate Release: SEOUL, Mar. 13 (Korea Bizwire) — The Ministry of Environment on Wednesday called for nationwide efforts to reduce bird deaths from glass collisions, estimating that about 8 million birds are killed in South Korea annually by colliding with transparent windows.
We are honoured to form partnerships with organizations who demonstrate
an ongoing commitment to bird conservation.