We are in the process of monitoring our buildings for bird strikes. Three buildings are being monitored. Volunteers would walk the perimeter of select buildings on a regular basis observing the ground and windows for evidence of bird/building collisions following a prescribed protocol. Volunteer will complete and submit a form on a regular basis. Observations should be done as close to sunrise/dawn and sunset/dusk as possible.
The data collected will be sued to help inform decision making regarding prevention of bird/building collisions on campus.
508 Meetinghouse Road, Administration Building, Ambler, PA 19002, US
Ambler Arboretum is a historic site of horticulture, agriculture and design within an institution of higher learning. The Arboretum serves as a living laboratory for students and the community, focusing on sustainability, the health benefits of gardens and the history of women in horticulture, agriculture and design.
Temple University Ambler has a long history of horticulture and landscape design. Established as the Pennsylvania School of Horticulture for Women in 1910, the 187-acre campus represents a unique mix of natural and designed landscapes. The gardens serve as excellent outdoor learning laboratories for numerous classes and as a source of inspiration for the campus and local communities.
The Ambler Arboretum of Temple University has a diverse range of learning gardens, from formal perennial gardens to a green roof garden, which provide a rich diversity of garden experiences.
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Temple University Ambler Arboretum508 Meetinghouse RdAmbler, PA19002