The Decorative Way to Reduce
Bird Collisions on Windows®
Millions of birds are killed
each year flying into windows. Those aren't killed outright become
easy prey for domestic and wild animals before they can rest and regain
flight. Most window strikes occur when birds see trees and
surrounding scenery reflected in windows. Often these reflections
appear dark. That is why
white static cling designs interspersed
on windows (as shown in photo) are highly effective in breaking up the
reflections so birds can see there is something there and avoid hitting
the window. Decals can be placed on the inside or outside of
windows. Outside they may show up better at certain times of the
day. Inside they show up almost as well but stay clean, last
longer and are safer to apply.
To apply, simply peel the clear
film with the printed image off the white backing material by inserting
a fingernail between the film and the backing at a corner. Pressed
against the window they stay in place by static electricity.
Removable for cleaning and reusable only if side facing backing is
placed against glass.
Designs do not obstruct the view
from inside nor detract from room decor. They can also be used to
decorate mirrors to add a touch of nature to a room.