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Reducing Bird Fatalities From Window Collisions

$2,589
51%
Raised toward our $5,000 Goal
55 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on November 10, at 11:55 PM EST
Project Owners

Susan S.

Leslie

$50

Nov 21, 2017

Anonymous

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 10, 2017

Zoe

Carroll

$25

Nov 10, 2017

Lynn Kowalewski

In Memory of Paul Kowalewski

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 10, 2017

Sandy

Torget

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 10, 2017

John

Torget

$57

Nov 10, 2017

Anonymous

$24

Nov 09, 2017

Anonymous

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 09, 2017

Nicole

Oliver

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 09, 2017

Dave

Morton

$24

Nov 09, 2017

Valerie

Wessel

$10

Nov 09, 2017

Anonymous

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 09, 2017

Christopher Ayers

In Memory of dead birds.

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 08, 2017

Anonymous

In Memory of The persistant mockingbird that tried to fly through my window every day for a month .

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 08, 2017

Laura

Wedi

$16

Nov 06, 2017

Bob

Olfenbuttel

$129

Nov 06, 2017

Anna Mitchell

In Memory of Glen H. Mitchell

$25

Nov 06, 2017

Lisa

Whalen

$20

Nov 06, 2017

Colleen

Olfenbuttel

$57

Nov 04, 2017

suzanne

glasson

$7

Nov 03, 2017

Scott & Michelle

Klopfer

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 03, 2017

Linda

Hubbs

$57

Nov 02, 2017

Elizabeth Haley

Olsen-Hodges

$30

Nov 02, 2017

Arvind Panjabi

In Honor of All the birds that have lost their lives to window collisions

$16

Nov 01, 2017

Becky Keller

In Honor of Becky Schneider

$24

Oct 31, 2017

Sherry

Morgan

$24

Oct 31, 2017

Anonymous

$25

Oct 31, 2017

Anne Dayer

In Honor of Linden & Alder Dayer-Meyers

$24

Oct 31, 2017

Vie & Chris

Menon & Dayer

$50

Oct 31, 2017

Brian

Murphy

$24

Oct 31, 2017

Ashley

Dayer

$24

Oct 31, 2017

Karen

Vankat

Undisclosed Amount

Oct 31, 2017

Lenny

Bankester

$24

Oct 27, 2017

Rebecca

Ford

$24

Oct 27, 2017

Brian

Parr

Undisclosed Amount

Oct 25, 2017

Amanda Villar

In Memory of The birds who I have found at BT bustops after collisions with the glass.

$20

Oct 25, 2017

Anonymous

In Memory of Lacy Louise

$15

Oct 25, 2017

Debra

Taylor

$24

Oct 25, 2017

paul

winistorfer

$16

Oct 19, 2017

Julie

Steele

$7

Oct 17, 2017

Peter

Edmonds

$24

Oct 16, 2017

Jeff

Waldon

$129

Oct 12, 2017

Mike Clifford

In Memory of Andy

Undisclosed Amount

Oct 12, 2017

richard

mclaughlin

$242

Oct 12, 2017

Heidi Ketler

In Memory of Ursula Dagmar Zimmerman

$25

Oct 11, 2017

Anonymous

$57

Oct 06, 2017

Gary

Robinette

Undisclosed Amount

Oct 03, 2017

Carola

Haas

Undisclosed Amount

Oct 03, 2017

Chris

Fox

$57

Oct 02, 2017

Jennie

Duberstein

$50

Oct 02, 2017

Elizabeth

Collins

$57

Oct 02, 2017

James Karl Fischer

In Honor of The Zoological Lighting Institute

$242

Oct 02, 2017

Anonymous

In Honor of Jennie Duberstein

$20

Oct 02, 2017

Anonymous

$24

Oct 02, 2017

Brittany

Sain

$7

Sep 29, 2017
Levels
Choose a giving level

$7

Ruby-throated Hummingbird

This species had the greatest number of observed window kills. Your $7 donation will support our work for approximately the cost of five pounds of birdseed.

$16

Dark-eyed Junco

Dark-eyed juncos are winter visitors that frequently fall victim to reflective glass. Your $16 contribution will help reduce window strikes - one of many threats to migratory birds.

$24

Cedar Waxwing

Cedar waxwings travel in flocks, leading to group collisions with windows. Your donation of $24 will cover the cost of a student researcher for a day.

$57

American Robin

American robin fledglings are particularly susceptible to collisions with reflective glass. Your donation of $57 provides $1 for each of the bird species identified in our pilot project.

$129

Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

Woodpeckers like the yellow-bellied sapsucker are often fooled by reflections of lone trees . Your donation of $129 will cover the cost of an undergraduate researcher for a week.

$242

Common Nighthawk

Common nighthawks are just one of the species in dramatic decline. We documented 242 different individual bird deaths in one research park during our pilot study. This giving level recognizes each of those fatalities with a $1 donation.