Wednesday, September 12, 2007
The Bird-Safe Glass Foundation, Inc., is a New Jersey non-profit corporation founded in 2006 to find ways to protect birds. The Foundation's organizers hope to accomplish this by developing windows that birds can see and that humans won't see. Architectural glass plays a big role in modern buildings. It is believed that birds have trouble seeing both glass that reflects sky and trees and glass that they see right through. The Foundation's organizers hope to follow two paths. First, they want to fund experiments with glass. Second, the organizers want to learn more about how and what birds see. The purpose of this blog is to publicize the work of The Bird-Safe Glass Foundation.