Tape on Windows: Applying tape to your windows is
an effective way to tell birds that the space does not
provide passage to wherever they want to go.
There are simple ways to prevent birds from colliding with your windows. Studies show that bird collisions with windows are frequently fatal as one in two collisions result in the death of a bird (988 million annually, USFWS 2014). Charles Hagner, state director of Bird City Wisconsin, gives tips on how many of these collisions can be prevented.
This article is reprinted from the Wild Ones Autumn 2018 Journal. Read more: https://wildones.org/wp-content/images/Bird_Collisions.pdf