Making an Impact: The Fish and Wildlife Service Leads by Example to Reduce Bird Collisions

A cedar waxing eating a hawthorn berry outside of the 911 Federal Building in Portland, Oregon
A cedar waxing eating a hawthorn berry outside of the 911 Federal Building in Portland, Oregon. Photo copyright David Leonard; used with permission.
The barely-visible vertical lines on the windows prevent bird collisions. Hawthorn trees can be seen in the reflection
The barely-visible vertical lines on the windows prevent bird collisions. Hawthorn trees can be seen in the reflection. Photo copyright Jennifer Urmston; used with permission.
Installation of the bird-friendly glass on the 911 Federal Building
Installation of the bird-friendly glass on the 911 Federal Building. Photo copyright Mike Green; used with permission.

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USFWS Columbia Pacific Northwest Region

USFWS Columbia Pacific Northwest Region

Conservation stories from one of the world’s most ecologically diverse regions.