Stop Birds Attacking Windows
Birds sometimes attack windows and especially tinted glass, by pecking or striking them. This is usually because they can see their own reflection, and think it is a challenger for their territory.
Birds such as the Laughing Kookaburra, Little Raven, Grey Butcherbird and the Australian Magpie-lark have been seen to do this.
Or birds may dive at a window because they can see another window through the glass and think that there is a clear flight path to travel through.
Download a free fact sheet to help you deter birds from striking your windows or attacking their own reflections in your glass.
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