lately they have been perching on my mirrors and crapping all over the door......anything other than the obvious?
Exactly what they use on lots of outdoor aircraft that sit on static display.
It also doubles as a handy field expedient caltrop.
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My lady is having the same problem while she is at work. She can look out the window to see a bird flying back and forth between her mirrors. It leans down and under and pecks at its reflection. . . Also shits 5 times a shift.
Shes drives a brand new 2012 Hyundai though, so bird spikes are going to be out of the questions
I had a cardinal earlier this year that loved hanging out on the mirrors of my vehicles. Birdshit everywhere
I haven't seen him in a couple of weeks, so hopefully the little bastard is crapping on someone elses car.
Or make some mirror mittens as other people have done to solve the same problem.
I made a perch out of PVC with a mirror on it, hoping the bird would like it better than my car mirrors.