A .410 loaded with bird shot.
I have seen people put rubber snakes on the outside of reflective windows for that very reason, maybe that will help
shoot it? no, seriously, try some masking tape on the window so the bird knows something is there.
get a gun and shoot it
open your window
Get a scary haloween mask and tape it, scary side facing the window.
put a black paper silhouette of a hawk in the middle of the window.
Stickers, curtains, hanging stuff in the window, let them see a boundary there.
I had birds flying into our window as well. I took my cue from the college where I studied. They took black sihlouette cut-outs of birds and taped them to the window. I don't really think it has to be a bird, it just needs to break up the reflection. They see the sky reflected in the window and try to fly into the sky, good luck!
You've read rubber snakes and silhouettes of predator birds. Those have worked for some purposes.
Curtains inside won't break up the sky reflection when the sun's shining on the windows.
Icky as it sounds, a frosted coating on the outside of the window would be effective. Whip up a soapy water mix and wipe over the outside of the windows and let it dry.
I'll tell the tale of breeding season for humming birds in northern California ... and people tieing frosted plastic covers over their outside rearview mirrors when they park for the night ... so they don't need to clean off hummingbird stuff first thing each morning.
aim for the head
call animal shelter
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