Most homes are not safe for birds.
Maybe you have experienced the heartbreaking thud of a bird hitting a window? Or maybe you’ve observed a territorial bird pecking at its reflection in glass or a mirror?
Why does this happen?
Birds have no concept of glass. With windows everywhere—houses, cottages, condos, apartments, balconies—for spring and fall migrating birds, reflective glass can be deadly.
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¹Quantifying Human-related Mortality of Birds in Canada, September 2013
Window collisions are the second-highest cause of bird deaths globally. In Canada, that’s about 25 million annually. Ninety percent of these collisions are with windows in low-rise dwellings.
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