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Bird-Safe Legislation and Guidelines

Governments at the federal, state/provincial, and municipal levels are enacting policies that call for bird-safe glass. Cities have led the way (starting with Toronto, Ontario) with bird-safe guidelines and requirements, but higher-level governments have also begun to introduce legislation designed to reduce the risk of harm posed to birds by the built environment. Collisions with glass are among the most dangerous hazards that birds face as they navigate through human-altered landscapes, and the risk of harm has increased with the growing prevalence of glass in architectural design. Thankfully, there are solutions available to make glass safer for birds.

We hope that the bird-safe policies shown here will inspire more individuals, building owners, developers, architects, and governments to take action to protect birds.

Photo Credit: Brendon Samuels

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