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    Quote Originally Posted by JAVO View Post
    A larger brown or black bird silhouette decal on the window will cause them to avoid the "predatory-looking bird."
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    Just make sure that it's on the OUTSIDE of the window.
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    lol. i would (as im sure you do) feel bad about such a thing but find it HIGHLY entertaining at the same time. maybe a screen of some sort would help, or at least slow down the bird.

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    or hang crystal prisms, its reflective and will deter birds
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    Quote Originally Posted by mlittrell View Post
    lol. i would (as im sure you do) feel bad about such a thing but find it HIGHLY entertaining at the same time. maybe a screen of some sort would help, or at least slow down the bird.
    No LOLling from me, or entertainment value I assure you - I hope it didn't look that way. In fact, there was quite a lot of this sort of thing
    I'm a big girly that way.

    That's the problem once you get a rep as a jackass.

    Those silhouettes do work though! Get some!

    Also, for bird-lovering cat owners, get your cat a catbib - 90% reduction in bird fatalities. They are the ONLY effective deterrent, in my experience, and I've tried everything else.
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    set up a video camera inside...

    did i say video camera? i meant bird feeder

    ...inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    We have a cat lady who lives on that side of our house, so it's really not safe for a bird to be lying on the ground immobilized for 10 minutes.
    Why not? I say let nature take its course. the birdies who can figure out not to fly into your windows survive and reproduce. The rest get eaten. Everybody wins.

    edit: shoot. Spirilis already wrote what I thought, yet again.
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    I say let it happen, and give the cats a tasty treat Natural selection aye?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayscale View Post
    set up a video camera inside...

    did i say video camera? i meant bird feeder

    ...inside.
    lol WIN
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    Place over the window something that resembles a large spiderweb. Birds dislike getting tangled up in those. It might look ugly on the window, but it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IF3157 View Post
    Why not? I say let nature take its course. the birdies who can figure out not to fly into your windows survive and reproduce. The rest get eaten. Everybody wins.

    edit: shoot. Spirilis already wrote what I thought, yet again.

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    There is a problem with that argument: domesticated cats are not a part of the natural order. Take a trip to Australasia and see how the flora and fauna has been devastated by the introduction of rats, cats and other non-native predators and you might change your mind....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayscale View Post
    set up a video camera inside...

    did i say video camera? i meant bird feeder

    ...inside.


    You sicko!
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