The S.F. Chronicle ran a nice story on July 8th on Oakland’s new bird-safe building rules, which Golden Gate Audubon suggested and helped develop.
You can read the Chronicle story here.
Or click here for our blog post on the new rules (including a link to the rules themselves), which make Oakland the third major city in North America to adopt such standards. The other two cities are Toronto and San Francisco.
Thank you, Oakland! And thank you to GGAS staffer Noreen Weeden who worked with Oakland city planners on drafting the rules.