This is a picture of the exterior of Ogg Residence Hall. The picture shows an outdoor seating area with the windows with dots in the background.

Ogg Bird Strike Mitigation

The UW-Madison Green Fund supports student ideas that improve campus sustainability, including this project! For more information, contact Ian Aley at iraley@wisc.edu

Get Involved

Seven Ways to Make your Home More Bird-Friendly

There are always ways to make your home a habitable and safe space for wildlife! Check out this article to see how you can be involved at home.

Prevent Bird-Window Collisions at Home

Learn more about how to install dots on your windows at home to reduce bird collisions.

Monitor Bird Collisions

If you would like to help monitor bird collisions on campus, contact Brenna Marsicek, Director of Outreach, Southern Wisconsin Bird Alliance: bmarsicek@swibirds.org

Get involved with the Green Fund

If you would like to improve the sustainability of the UW–Madison campus by getting involved with a Green Fund project, please email Ian Aley, Green Fund Program Manager: iraley@wisc.edu

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Birds of Wisconsin

Here are some charismatic species that are particularly vulnerable to collisions with buildings 1-3 stories tall with their likelihood of collision compared to the average.

Ogg Bird Strike Mitigation Application

Are you interested in applying for the Green Fund for a similar project? Click on the link below to view the application for this project. For more information on application requirements, visit the Green Fund Application Information page.

Green Fund Ogg Bird Strike Mitigation Application