The Planning Commission in Calgary, Alberta is set to vote this week on a Bird-safe design proposal to reduce the number of birds killed by colliding with buildings and glass in the downtown area. A local news headline is terrible, and the article is slanted in the negative, but here’s the story about the proposal.
Here’s a copy of the actual Calgary Planning Commission Birdsafe Guidelines agenda item.
Here’s a copy of the proposed Bird-Friendly Urban Design Guidelines (45 pp). Lots of great photos of birdsafe design elements.
UPDATE: These voluntary guidelines were approved by the Calgary Planning Commission, news story here.