Provides sensible advice on how to co-exist with the animals found around one's homeSUGGESTIONS: Although such attacks can seem frightening or intimidating, few birds ever actually strike the target of their attack. ... If you must walk there, wave your arms slowly overhead to keep the birds at a distance. ... Windows WHY IT HAPPEns: Some birds (such as cardinals or robins) fly into windows because they see their reflection and, thinking it is another bird, attack to defend their territory.
|Title||:||Living with Wildlife|
|Author||:||Diana Landau, Shelley Stump|