Following the publication of our bird-window collision paper on PeerJ early this month, our team leader was interviewed by Window Film Magazine to talk about the results of our study and the importance of mitigation. You can read the complete story here!
Team leaders Natalia Ocampo-Peñuela and Scott Winton recently authored an article for the NC Wildlifer, the magazine for the NC chapter of The Wildlife Society. The article describes results and mitigation strategies used by our team at Duke University to reduce collisions. Read the complete article here!
A new scientific paper written by our bird-window collisions team at Duke came out on PeerJ on February first. This article described results from carcass surveys in Spring and Fall 2014, and Spring 2015, and describes the process towards mitigation on the deadliest building. It’s open access, so please share!
Read the article here!