Seneca Rocks Audubon Society Presents Program on Bird Window Collisions and Prevention

CLARION, Pa. — An estimated one million birds die daily as a result of hitting windows in the United States.

Most of those fatal collisions occur with buildings four stories or less, like our homes and apartment buildings.

Luckily there are inexpensive and proven solutions that can drastically reduce these fatalities.

On Wednesday, April 10, Seneca Rocks Audubon members Paulette Colantonio and Alice Thurau will present a program created by the Bird-Window Collision Working Group—a collaborative group made up of members from several Audubon chapters in Pennsylvania, along with Pennsylvania Audubon, and the Acopian Center for Ornithology at Muhlenberg College.

This informative program will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Clarion Free Library located at 644 Main Street in Clarion Borough.

This event is free to the public.

The program will help the public understand the extent of the problem and also to realize the easy solutions that are available. There will be handouts describing a variety of window treatments, actual samples to examine, and time to discuss this all-too-common problem.

For more information, visit the Society’s website at

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