The Department of Energy and Environment, along with its partners, invites building architects, landscape architects, designers, developers, property management professionals, facility managers/engineers, bird experts, bird lovers, and wildlife advocates to attend this workshop on bird-safe building design.
Presenters include the District's Department of Energy and Environment, City Wildlife, American Bird Conservancy, Smithsonian National Zoological Park, AIA-DC, and Quinn Evans Architects.
This workshop will give you a better understanding of:
* The scope of the problem - bird strikes, bird deaths and "problem" buildings in the District
* Building design for new buildings and retrofitting existing buildings
* DC building codes and policies
* Case Study, Bird House - Experience Migration, Smithsonian National Zoological Park
Presentations will start promptly at 6:00 pm (please arrive by 5:45pm). Scroll down to view the list of speakers and topics. This workshop is free but registration is required. Space is very limited, so please do not register if you are not committed to attending.
If you have questions, please contact Dan Guilbeault, Department of Energy and Environment at (202) 281-3957 or firstname.lastname@example.org.