Birds From Flying Into Windows. Birds crash into your windows for three main reasons. During the day, they might see a reflection of a bush, shrub, or tree in the window and think it’s a safe place to land. At night, migrating birds see the lights of your window and go towards them. A bird could see its own reflection and start to attack it, especially when a bird is territorial during spring mating season.
How To Safeguard Your Windows For Birds
Go outside and look at your windows from a bird’s point of view. If you see branches or sky reflected in or visible through the glass, that’s what the birds will see, too. Past recommendations about safe distances for feeders outside windows are no longer thought to be valid, Sheppard says. “