How can I stop birds from flying into my front window?
We put a new bird feeder up and now there are lots of cute birds in our front yard but the little ones keep flying into our large front window. Two of them did it today within 2 hours of each other. What can I do to prevent them from doing this?
I've seen people put stick-on images of birds on their windows, which appears to help. The problem is your windows are too clean for them to see. If you put something on your windows, they'll get that sense of depth perception.
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