Yesterday, NPR’s Morning Edition began a two part series on birds and windows. The focus of part one was on the Powdermill Avian Research Center in western Pennsylvania. Today’s story will be about “an architectural firm that’s leading the search for bird-friendly buildings.”
If you are familiar with the issues behind bird collisions with windows, the NPR story may not have news for you. But if you find yourself responding to a sudden increase in concern about bird collisions, this series during the AM drive-time may have inspired it. (It was one of the top emailed stories of the day.)
Read and listen to the NPR Morning Edition story, here. There are also photos.
You’ll find today’s story here, as soon as we get a link.