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Step 1: if you have heard a bird strike your window, make note of which window it was 

Step 2: Walk around your house and see if you can identify any windows that are reflecting nearby trees or shrubs. Flying through the air, the birds often can’t tell the difference between a real tree and one that is reflected in your window. 

Step 3:  Apply a product such as FeatherFriendly’s tape, or an Acopian Bird Saver, or even a hand-drawn design using soap or paint pen to the outside of your problematic window. 

 

 

 

Follow these links for more information on how to keep your windows safe for the birds: 

Feather Friendly

 

Climate Action Evanston

 

Acopian Bird Savers

Chicago Bird Collision Monitors

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What can I do at home to make my windows safer for birds? 

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