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We have a crow that flies into our front window 3-4 times a week. He hits the window then caws and does this repeatedly until we make a noise or tell him to get away. We're afraid he will break the window if it keeps up. What does this mean and how do we stop it?

Birding Expert - George H. Harrison

It means that the crow sees its reflection in the window and wants to run it off. The only way you will be able to stop it is to remove the reflection. This can be done by covering the outside of the window with something, or by hanging streamers or screening of some kind, on the outside of the glass.

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