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www.allaboutbirds.org/why-birds-hit-windows-and-how-you-can-help-prevent-it

May 5, 2017 ... By reflecting foliage or sky, they look like inviting places to fly into. ... At night, nocturnal migrants (including most songbirds) crash because they fly into lighted windows. ... They do the work of tape or decals but are easier to install and can ... Install external shutters and keep them closed when you're not in ...

www.nationalbirdday.com/ab_windows_birds.php

Birds fly into a window because they don't know it's a window. ... and help cushion the blow and reduce injury if a bird does hit the window. ... and blinds closed whenever possible to reduce the illusion that birds can fly through the window.

ask.metafilter.com/26033/What-causes-a-bird-to-fly-into-my-window-repeatedly-with-reckless-abandon

The bird flies against the window, tapping at it with its beak, then lands on the tree right next to the .... Where do the birds go when it rains?

m.humanesociety.org/animals/resources/tips/bird_safe_windows.html

Mar 31, 2014 ... Worried about birds flying into windows? We've got things you can do outside and inside. ... You can stop birds from flying into windows. Once you have heard it, ... Vertical blinds: Keep these halfway (or more) closed. Shades ...

www.lensc.org/wildlife/FAQ2.htm

There's a bird that keeps flying into my window. ... The good news is that rarely does the bird ever harm itself, even when it seems like the bird is bashing itself ...

lifehacker.com/5911467/how-to-stop-birds-from-flying-into-your-windows

May 18, 2012 ... What can I do so that the birds realize there is something there, thereby preventing them from flying into the window? — Dan McClain (originally ...

audubonportland.org/wcc/urban/windows

Birds do not perceive windows as a barrier. They see reflections in glass as open space and fly full-speed into it. Recent data analysis shows that residential ...

diy.stackexchange.com/questions/9689/how-can-i-stop-birds-from-hitting-my-sunroom-windows

Oct 23, 2011 ... There are two reasons birds fly into Windows, either they can't see ... The good news is, you may only need to do this during migratory seasons.

www.learner.org/jnorth/tm/robin/WindowBonk.html

When American Robins start feeling territorial each year, they do their best to keep ... Finally, the robin flies in to chase the other robin away. ... probably because they act so different from things birds encounter in nature: they seem to fall up!