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I don't know if this is an option, but I don't wash my windows close to 
the feeders very often anymore and that has really cut down on the bird 
strikes. Maybe find a way to dirty them up?

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On 3/3/14 11:53 AM, Chris Gralapp wrote:
> I have a most distressing problem--I just installed a big, brand new 
> bay window, and have had three hummingbirds hit it.  I think it 
> reflects the sky and the mountains, and the mirror effect deceives the 
> little guys to fly into it.  I moved my feeder about ten feet away, to 
> keep them on the other side of the yard, if possible, but they still 
> hit the window.  It's just heartbreaking.
>
> I know there are decals for deterring bird strikes--any suggestions 
> for the most effective?
>
> Chris
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