Bird collisions/windows

Subject: Bird collisions/windows
From: David Siems <>
Date: Tue, 7 Aug 2001 08:56:09 +1000
 Hi Netters,
            During my stay at Tandayapa Lodge in Ecuador, you can sit and
watch 80+ hummingbirds at the feeders outside the lounge that has large
windows. There were many collisions with the two windows when installed. By
hanging long thin vines approx 20cm apart from the top of the window frame
and whether the vines go back and forth with the breeze or stationary, they
have solved the problem.

All the Best
David Siems
Sydney, Australia
Phone: +61 (0)2 9759 1891

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