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    (Original post by mollymustard)
    But birds tend to sleep the majority of the night and only wake up later - surely most of these incidents happen during the daytime?
    a lot of the incidents can happen in the day time too. Basically if it's brighter in your room than outside, you will increase the risk of them crashing into windows. Hence if you don't really need the lights on, don't put them on.

    Especially with spring and fall migrations (when birds might fly at night).
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    When I saw the thread title I thought it said "Widows are evil", and thought you were being maybe a little harsh.

    As it is, its just a funny thread :yy:
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    (Original post by dfjr)
    No bird can see glass. So it's not really. It's the unlucky ones who die, their intelligence has nothing to do with it.
    I know...that's why I put a
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    (Original post by Gujii_Giirl)
    Lol what a random thread :rolleyes:
    :o:
    It's an important issue!
    But it was moved to Chat from general discussion to chat (which doesn't come up on the main page), hence I was unable to spread the word.
    I'm distinctly annoyed.
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    I found a dead bird outside my Gran's conservatory when I was younger, nearly trod on it.

    I fully support your message.
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    I shoot birds, how does that make you feel?
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    (Original post by BossManSingh)
    I shoot birds, how does that make you feel?
    very sad
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    (Original post by dfjr)
    very sad
    Well if it makes you feel better, it made me happy.
 
 
 
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