How to Stop Birds from Colliding with your Windows - CANCELLED*
We're keen to spread the word about birds and window collisions. Across North America, the estimated number of migrating birds killed annually in collisions with buildings ranges from 100 million to 1 billion birds. Many species of birds migrate at night. Guided in part by the constellations, they are attracted to the bright lights left on overnight in urban areas, causing them to collide with buildings. During the day, windows deceive migratory birds. They cannot see the pane of glass. Instead, the birds focus on the reflection of trees or sky or see through the glass to a potted plant inside the building. The result is often a fatal collision. Our expert from FLAP Canada will share info on how to protect the birds in your garden and neighbourhood.