Posts Tagged ‘American Bird Conservancy’

Bird-Friendly Film Solution Sought for New Glassy Stadium

Dec 17th, 2014

Glass is no new foe to birds, but the ongoing construction of the new Minnesota Vikings’ stadium—which will utilize approximately 190,000 square feet of glass in a migratory area—has gotten the fresh attention of activists and legislators alike. Since the glass that has already been ordered was not bird-friendly, window film may provide solution. The […]

Save Two Birds with One Film

Sep 3rd, 2014

A growing number of consumers are purchasing specialty window film not only for its energy-saving qualities, but also its bird-saving capacity. At Atlantic Cape Community College (ACCC), bird collisions were occurring almost daily, campus administrator Lisa Apel-Gendron told pennlive.com. “It was disturbing to students and faculty. While researching solutions, we realized we could also address […]

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