Our gallery contains examples of bird-friendly buildings of all types. In addition, we've included bird-friendly versions of individual features, like railings, noise barriers, and building connectors, that can otherwise be especially deadly. Where available, we include links to case studies.
There are several ways to search our library. If you have a specific need in mind, you can use the dropdown menus below to sort by project type, bird-friendly strategy, and applicable LEED credit. You can also sort the galley features alphabetically or by inclusion date. If you already know the name of the building you are looking for, you can type it into the search bar below.
Building connectors have been associated with high bird mortality and bird-friendly legislation often singles them out for high levels of security for birds. As the examples here show, there are many ways to make these structures bird-friendly, without impairing their function.
Bus shelters and other small, freestanding glass structures have been documented to be collision hazards to birds. As can be seen in this gallery, there are good ways to design bird-friendly shelters. Because of their manageable size, they are also excellent, high visibility options for starting remediation programs.