Feather Friendly® Marker Tape
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Bird collisions with residential glass surfaces account for a significant number of bird deaths annually - especially during migration seasons. In order for birds to 'see the glass' and not collide subtle visible markers must be applied to exterior glass surfaces in problem areas. A new highly-effective ‘Do-It-Yourself’ Kit is now available from Feather Friendly® Technologies. It allows you to apply the same solution at home that has proven to be successful in thousands of square feet of commercial building installations.
Feather Friendly® can reduce bird collisions with windows by up to 95%!
The 1 Roll Kit contains the following components:
- One 100 ft. roll of Feather Friendly Residential Marker-Pattern Tape
- Measuring Tapes (2)
- Installation Instructions (click to view full installation instructions)
- Marker-pattern Tape coverage: One 100 ft. roll protects a glass surface (2'.5 x 6'.5 feet) or (30" x 80" inches) or (16 square feet) of glass patio door, glass panel railing, or equivalent window area
This product will protect your windows better than window decals.
Before purchasing, firstly determine which collision danger issue you need to treat:
Light Grey: Reflection is when the surrounding habitat and sky are mirrored on the glass, causing the illusion of an environment that does not exist. If your glass has reflection, you will need our Light Grey Deterrent Markers, and they will need to be placed on the outside surface only to be effective (the surface where the reflection is happening)
Black Markers: Fly-Through is when birds can see a habitat or sky that really does exist on the other side but do not realize the glass is a solid barrier preventing them from reaching it. A clear glass railing or a glass walkway are perfect examples. If your glass has Fly-through, you will need our Black deterrent Markers, and they can be placed on either side of the glass.