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Promising new window film may prevent bird collisions

The most recent research by Dr. Daniel Klem, who has been studying the problem of bird/window collisions since the 1990s, has just been published in the June 2009 Wilson Bulletin. It is available, along with lots of other bird/window resources, at his website here. Klem tested the effectiveness of various window treatments confirming, for example, […]

More Bird-friendly Window Treatments

Just a quick update on my window-collisions research: I’ve heard from several more people who have tried the highlighter with pretty good success. Continuing my own experiments here I’ve had over a month of 100% success with an array of monofilament stretched between two wooden boards outside the window. The monofilament is suspended a couple […]

More on windows and birds

After a week of pretty good success on the windows, today was cold with light snow, and the bird feeder was very active. I realized last week that one of many variables I need to consider when I record bird-strikes-per-hour is bird activity, but I haven’t tried to record that yet other than excluding long […]

Bright Wings

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First edition, Oct 2009

288 pages
 

Signed copies available here

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Sibley’s Birding Basics

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First edition, Oct 2002

168 pages
Signed copies available here

All books are signed by David Sibley. If you would also like the book personalized you can add instructions in the “Order notes” field at checkout.