We have the term "defenestration" meaning to throw someone or something out a window. It's related to the French word for window, which is fenêtre. We don't have the word *infenestration* as far as I know. If we did, it would mean to collide with a window. People do it, and birds evidently do it a lot.
Twice over the last few days, birds have crashed into our new porte-fenêtre. I guess the big expanse of glass isn't visible to them. I have a feeling these are young and inexperienced birds. The first one was, if I remember, a little tit or mésange. It sat stunned on the deck for a few minutes, and then flew away.
Yesterday it was a bigger bird, a woodpecker, that smashed into the window. It was killed. Now this isn't a new phenomenon. Birds often collided with our old, divided-light porte-fenêtre too. The little wooden dividers between all the panes of glass didn't deter them. Here's a web page that details the extent of the window-collision problem worldwide.