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Old 05-28-2023, 10:58 AM   #1
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Bird problem

Have an interesting bird issue.
On our 25rb we have framed windows. Well on one side a cardinal has decided itís his favorite place to grab onto and poop so it goes down the side of the trailer.
Seems he likes two windows on one side.
Anyone have an idea to discourage it from hanging out on the windows. Donít want to hurt it, just discourage it.
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Old 05-28-2023, 11:19 AM   #3
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Get a plastic owl.
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Get a plastic owl.
A couple neighbors have those here and birds just land on them and poop.
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A couple neighbors have those here and birds just land on them and poop.
You normally have to move them around every couple days to be successful.
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Usually it is a male bird that sees it's own reflection in the window and repeatedly attacks the window. If you place something inside the glass to cut down the reflections the bird will stop. Also in a week or two it will lose interest because the nestlings have fledged. I currently have a robin that is attacking a window in my house the same way. Yesterday, I place a piece of thin plywood on the inside of the window and it seems to have deterred the dirty bird.
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X2 regarding the reflection
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