We outfitted first-floor windows on the building where the W. Gr. Lakes Bird & Bat Observatory has its office (at the Forest Beach Migratory Preserve, owned and managed by the Ozaukee Washington Land Trust) today, using anti-reflective tape -- see before and after photos below - that we obtained through the Wisconsin Humane Society's Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. We believe this will be an excellent solution, and it is easy to apply. If you're interested in this product, contact Scott Diehl at WI Humane. Scott can help with many solutions to prevent bird/window collisions. Call Scott at 414-264-6257.
|Before applying anti-reflective tape|
|After applying tape|