Group 6 Copy 10
2
Please wait...

About This Project

Across North America, close to 1 billion birds are killed each year as a result of window collisions. Birds often crash into windows because they see the reflecting trees and sky, but not the glass. This project will collect data to gain a better understanding of bird-window collisions in a suburban setting. Yes, we can save birds from flying into windows - we just need to educate people and empower them to take action.
Blast off!

Browse Other Projects on Experiment

Related Projects

When ranges collide: understanding interactions between two tody species

The family Todidae is endemic to the Greater Antilles. Hispaniola is the only island that hosts multiple tody...

Why be social? The costs and benefits of sociality in spiders

Sociality in spiders is extremely rare, but it has evolved several times. This begs the question: why be social...

Ticks carry more than Lyme disease in California – are Californians at risk?

The western blacklegged tick carries the pathogens B. burgdorferi (cause of Lyme disease) and B. miyamotoi...

Backer Badge Funded

An ecology project funded by 20 people