Bird Window Collision Project at UF – How You Can Help!

Published: April 11th, 2016

Category: Buildings

Help us collect data on bird window collisions at UF! The university is currently in the process of collecting bird strike data across campus, determining factors such as how many birds are killed, what species are most affected, what buildings are most responsible, and more. After gathering the facts about campus bird collisions, the data will be made available to University of Florida officials who can make the changes that these buildings need to mitigate bird impacts. Please join us in this effort by reporting any dead bird sightings on campus to our iNaturalist Bird Collision Project app, or by sending an e-mail to Mark Hostetler, hostetm@ufl.edu if a bird is spotted.

You can also read more about the project by visiting the Florida Wildlife Extension webpage here.

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