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    Protecting birds - research on bird-friendly glass

    Hello! We are a Penn State student-faculty team exploring commercial opportunities for an anti-reflective coating technology. We are supported by the National Science Foundation to conduct customer discovery. One potential use case is a sprayable/paintable glass treatment that is visible to...
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    Protecting birds - research on bird-friendly glass

    Hello! We are a Penn State student-faculty team exploring commercial opportunities for an anti-reflective coating technology. We are supported by the National Science Foundation to conduct customer discovery. One potential use case is a sprayable/paintable glass treatment that is visible to...
  3. Lockdown!  Roe Deer

    Lockdown! Roe Deer

    The tables are turned! Humans are in cages and the animals roam free :-)
  4. More Colours

    More Colours

    I think that this is closer to what I wanted.
  5. Colours

    Colours

    I've been hoping to get shot of a jay in this tree and finally today I did. I would have preferred the bird to be in front of the blossoms he didn't want to cooperate that much.
  6. New Year Fun.....

    New Year Fun.....

    ...... or Tails win As some of you may know, I completely forgot that New Year's Eve was a Saturday, so my SF picture is now a New Year's Day Fun picture. I tried to get the head of this bird at the window, but he flew as I clicked, so this was all I got. Your job is to work out what it is...
  7. Saturday fun ....

    Saturday fun ....

    .... or The Eyes have it Sometimes the Starlings come mob-handed to the window and I try and catch them in flight (generally just getting a blank space!) At least I can see what this one is. TTTW
  8. Hi, howdy?

    Hi, howdy?

    I was amused to see this little one so thrilled with its own reflection move as it flew about in front of the glass. Every now and then it would jump and try to peck at its reflection in the window glass.
  9. How Do I Look?

    How Do I Look?

    Saw this female house sparrow looking at its own image in a tinted window pane.
  10. MORE from my FEEDERS.

    MORE from my FEEDERS.

    Just one more photo taken through the window. hopefully I will find a way of sitting outside without disturbing the birds because I don't think many photos as sharp as they could be going to the fact of them being taken through a double glazed window.
  11. African grey hornbill (Tockus nasutus) admiring reflection

    African grey hornbill (Tockus nasutus) admiring reflection

    African grey hornbill (Tockus nasutus) admiring reflection at Shingwedzi camp, Kruger National Park, South Africa
  12. She Looks At Her Reflection

    She Looks At Her Reflection

    This female cardinal comes to the windows of my great room, and fights with her reflections. She is very angry at the 'other' female for few minutes, then she gives up and flies away.
  13. Injured Chickadee

    Injured Chickadee

    A chickadee hit our window. Poor baby! Here you can see he won't open one of his eyes...
  14. Black Capped Chickadee

    Black Capped Chickadee

    A chickadee hit our window... here he is recovering in a bird cage.
  15. Chickadee

    Chickadee

    A chickadee hit our window yesterday, and it was stunned. Poor baby!
  16. Boat through hole!

    Boat through hole!

    Taken through a hole on a boat sailing back to Sorrento.
  17. Blackie's got company LOL

    Blackie's got company LOL

    Not the usual Blackbird with the white feathers. I think this is one that has made a few abortive efforts to land on the sill the last few days and made it this time. He looks a bit ragged to me. Not the best picture, but couldn't resist this shot, taken with my otter ornament in the foreground.
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