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Territorial Aggression Solutions

NOTE: THERE IS LIMITED FULFILLMENT June 28-July 11

Why do birds attack windows?

Known as territorial aggression, the birds see their own reflection in a window and attack the "intruder" in order to protect its territory. While this behavior is not generally harmful to the birds, it can be very aggravating to home owners. Territorial aggression is most common during breeding seasons.

Prevent attacks due to territorial aggression by eliminating window reflections. Find your solution here.

*Not sure if it's territorial aggression? Watch a video.

**NOTE: TAPES SOLD BY COLLIDESCAPE DO NOT FULLY BLOCK REFLECTIONS, THEREFORE ARE COLLISION REDUCTION SOLUTIONS, AND ARE NOT EFFECTIVE AGAINST TERRITORIAL AGGRESSION.