Posted by: Sandy Steinman | July 23, 2020

Passage of Emeryville Bird-Safe Building Standards 

Golden Gate Audubon Society reports

The Emeryville City Council and Mayor evaluated, and by a 5-0 vote, unanimously approved, Bird-Safe Building Standards. These standards will become effective in August 2020. The standards will greatly reduce bird deaths and injuries resulting from collisions with buildings in the city. Bird building strikes are one of the main causes of bird mortality in the U.S. Reasonable, affordable measures can prevent these bird deaths. The City of Emeryville has taken positive action by adopting the Bird-Safe Building Standards to protect birds into the future.

Read full story at  Passage of Emeryville Bird-Safe Building Standards – Golden Gate Audubon Society


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