Month: April 2021

Bird Window Attacks: Why Do They Happen?

April 27, 2021
Spring migration is the high season for birds crashing into windows. Deaths number in the hundreds of millions every year. While many of these crashes are the result of birds’ inability to recognize the glass barrier, some are deliberate attacks, with birds striking over and over, sometimes for hours at... Read More

Why Do Birds Attack Windows?

April 27, 2021
Spring migration is the high season for birds crashing into windows. Deaths number in the hundreds of millions every year. While many of these crashes are the result of birds’ inability to recognize the glass barrier, some are deliberate attacks, with birds striking over and over, sometimes for hours at... Read More

Lasers for Bird Management: New Study Shows 98% Effectiveness

April 7, 2021
Handheld and autonomic lasers have long been popular methods of bird management; a new study from Wageningen University shows just how effective they are. Waterfowl and other pest birds can threaten crops, endanger livestock with diseases such as avian flu, and cause damage to facilities. Lasers have long been used... Read More

New Study Shows the Effectiveness of Lasers for Bird Management

April 7, 2021
Handheld and autonomic lasers have long been popular methods of bird management; a new study from Wageningen University shows just how effective they are. Waterfowl and other pest birds can threaten crops, endanger livestock with diseases such as avian flu, and cause damage to facilities. Lasers have long been used... Read More

New Study Shows the Effectiveness of Lasers for Bird Management

April 7, 2021
Handheld and autonomic lasers have long been popular methods of bird management; a new study from Wageningen University shows just how effective they are. Waterfowl and other pest birds can threaten crops, endanger livestock with diseases such as avian flu, and cause damage to facilities. Lasers have long been used... Read More

Migrating Bird Window Collisions: 5 Risk Factors

April 6, 2021
The second leading cause of death for birds in the United States is window collisions, with an estimated  one billion birds dying every year. Birds can’t see glass and don’t recognize the structural clues that distinguish windows from open air.  While houses account for nearly half of all collisions, large... Read More

Migrating Bird Window Collisions: 5 Risk Factors

April 6, 2021
The second leading cause of death for birds in the United States is window collisions, with an estimated  one billion birds dying every year. Birds can’t see glass and don’t recognize the structural clues that distinguish windows from open air.  While houses account for nearly half of all collisions, large... Read More

The 5 Risk Factors of Bird Window Collisions

April 6, 2021
The second leading cause of death for birds in the United States is window collisions, with an estimated one billion birds dying every year. Birds can’t see glass and don’t recognize the structural clues that distinguish windows from open air. While houses account for nearly half of all collisions, large... Read More