How to stop birds from pooping on my window?

Birds are widespread beautiful creatures, but they can be harmful due to their destructive nature. They not only damage the buildings and gardens with their nesting behavior, but their pooping can also badly affect different places. In particular, their pooping on the windows gives an unattractive appearance or may damage the windows due to scratches during cleaning. So, it is necessary to keep birds away from windows. 

In this article, we will discuss easy, simple ways which can help you to stop birds from pooping on your window.

  • Place the fake bird predators on the window.
  • Hang spinning pinwheels on the window.
  • Use a bird repellent spray.
  • Scare birds with an ultrasonic sound system.

You can only get desirable results when you implement the above-mentioned methods properly. Otherwise, you will not get good results. Here is a complete detail of the methods which can help you to properly use the methods to prevent sparrows from pooping on your windows.

1- Place the fake bird predators near the window:

Using the fake bird’s predators is among the most effective ways to keep the birds away so that they cannot poop on your windows. The most commonly used predators are the fake owls and hawks. You can easily buy them from shops at affordable prices. They come in various sizes and are mostly made of plastics.

Take a fake plastic hawk or an owl. The Dalen Fake owl scarecrow decoy is best for this purpose. You can also buy it online. Hang it with a branch of a tree near your window. While hanging the fake predator you must keep in mind that it should be visible to the birds. If there is no tree, then you can hang it with strong support near the window. You can also place it instead of hanging it, depending on the availability of the space. Whenever the flying birds look at the fake owl or hawk, they get scared of dying by predators and fly away. It prevents birds pooping on your window.

2- Hang spinning pinwheels on the window:

The spinning pinwheels are commonly used as bird deterrents. It means that these are used to scare the birds. The best thing about using the spinning pinwheels is that they are not only used to scare the birds, but also give a decorative appearance.

Take metallic spinning pinwheels and hang them in a suitable place near the window. These pinwheels start spinning when the breeze hits them. As a result, the sound is produced that scares the bird. Moreover, the metallic spinning pinwheels also produce reflection when light falls on them. Both reflection and sound scare the birds. Thus, birds don’t come near windows and don’t poop on them.

3- Use a bird’s repellent spray:

Spraying the bird’s repellents on the windows is also an effective way to protect windows from bird pooping. You can find various bird repellent sprays from the market. You can also make it at home by yourself. The repellent sprays work by producing a strong scent that urges birds to stay away.

You can use peppermint oil to make bird’s repellent spray at home. For this purpose, take 100% natural peppermint oil and mix it with a suitable amount of water. Shake them well and put this spray in a spray bottle. Then, spray this mixture on the window and areas near the window. The birds get irritated because of the scent produced by this mixture and don’t come near it. Thus, birds don’t poop on windows.

4- Scare birds with an ultrasonic sound system:

You can use an ultrasonic sound system to prevent birds from pooping on windows by scaring them. Various types and sizes of ultrasonic sound systems are available in the market. On turning ON, these sound systems produce sounds of different frequencies that deter the birds.

Take an ultrasonic sound system and install it near your window. Turn it on, it starts producing sounds of bird predators. The best thing is that humans cannot hear these sounds. Whenever the birds hear the sounds, they fly away from that area. Thus, it effectively helps in protecting the windows from birds pooping by keeping birds away from windows.






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