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Acopian BirdSavers



“Yes, the hummingbird demise has stopped!! They no longer hit the windows and have to be retrieved from the pool after being stunned….or worse, if they break their necks. We have very large sliding glass doors on a majority of the back of the house. We only put the BirdSavers on about half of the windows and it is still effective. At first, we were skeptical that the strings being so far apart would be effective; but they started working immediately upon installation. I would definitely recommend them highly to anyone that might be having a similar problem. It is always sad to see those small little birds lose their lives. Thanks for your help and brilliant idea!”

Smiles,
Nancy Hayes, Los Angeles, CA



In the photo above, on the left, there are 3 vertical hanging cords hanging from an aluminum support strip. On the right, there are 3 vertical hanging cords hanging from a ‘support cord’ made of parachute cord that is suspended from small aluminum tabs. The horizontal support structures are attached to the house with small pieces of velcro.



In the version above, the horizontal ‘support cord’ as well as the vertical ‘hanging cords’ are made of parachute cord that is suspended from two small aluminum tabs. There is also one very small aluminum tab in the center of the ‘support cord’.



In the version above, the vertical ‘hanging cords’ are suspended from a piece of moulding that has holes drilled in it for the ‘hanging cords’ to hang from. The holes are spaced 4.25” apart.



In the version above, the vertical ‘hanging cords’ are suspended from wire loops that are attached to a piece of moulding every 4.25”.



Acopian BirdSavers on University of Chicago Building.



Acopian BirdSavers on University of Chicago Building.



Acopian BirdSavers on University of Chicago Building.



Acopian BirdSavers on Birkenstock USA Headquarters building in California.



The Milwaukee County Zoo has Acopian BirdSavers at various glass areas throughout the Zoo.


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