Stopping window strike- help

To: "'storm'" <>, "'michael hunter'" <>, <>, <>
Subject: Stopping window strike- help
From: "Tony Russell" <>
Date: Wed, 10 May 2006 12:57:04 +0930
Aha, could be something in that. The strike windows were never in
sunlight at my previous house. Here they are for at least half the day.
Good thinking Number 9.

Brighten your day.
If you turn your face to the sun, shadows fall behind you. 

-----Original Message-----
From: storm  
Sent: Wednesday, May 10, 2006 12:47 PM
To: Tony Russell; 'michael hunter'; ;

Subject: Stopping window strike- help

Tony said...
 Actually, I moved house recently . I used to get strikes all the time
at my old place where the windows were infrequently washed in an attempt
to reduce strikes.  I've been at my new place, where the windows are
equally unwashed ( rain plus dust), for 15 months now and haven't
noticed any strikes at all. I have no explanation for this. Bird species
and window areas are pretty much the same at both locations.


Are the current windows shaded and the previous windows not? Or vice


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