Requirements:

Assess all façades individually (see definition below) up to 16 metres above grade or to the top of mature tree canopy (whichever is greater).

fa·cade

/fəˈsäd/

any exterior face of a building that maintains a uniform direction

NOTE:  Individual façades, under BirdSafe standards,  are further determined by type of glazing (i.e. transparent, tinted, mirrored, opaque) or special architectural treatment (alcove, atrium, etc.). If more than one type of glazing is installed at one face, each type of glazing is considered a separate façade.

Building Exemption: Any façade with existing bird deterrent markers that meets designated standards of size, spacing, contrast, and surface application will not require an assessment.

  • To complete the risk assessment, please answer YES or NO to the following:
  • Disclaimer: Only you will receive this assessment. We won’t share your contact information or report with anyone, ever. Your results will be combined with all other test takers in a non-identifiable way and may be used for the development of new bird-deterrent solutions through research and work within FLAP Canada and with other research organizations.

    * denotes mandatory field
  • Exterior glazing up to 16 metres (52.50 ft) above grade or to the top of mature tree canopy (whichever is greater)
  • Acknowledgement: BirdSafe® self-assessment, Dr. Daniel Klem, Jr., Professor of Ornithology and Conservation Biology, Muhlenberg College, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
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