Hawk Decal Envelope - 2 decal pack
Hawk Decal Envelope - 2 decal pack
To the human eye, the decals appear as frosted or etched glass. The Hawk decals measure approximately 8 1/2" x 5" inches, and are designed to be placed on the OUTSIDE of a window. As a rough guide, we recommend one decal for every 3' x 3' section of glass. Reapply decals every 6-9 months.
CONTENTS: 2 Decals per Envelope. Each decal is approximately 5" x 8" inches. TYPE: Static cling.
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The hawks really work on New Zealand windows!
Posted by Gill Winter on 25th Mar 2019
We have had native birds regularly hitting the windows of our house, and had tried Window Alert's hummingbirds without much change. The hawk decals are bigger, and because we have quite a few harrier hawks in the area, the image on the window may have more meaning for our native birds (NZ). Anyway, we have had far fewer bird strikes since we put them on the windows. Very satisfied.
Posted by Chris on 4th Mar 2019
This is year three I have used the hawk decals. I forgot to order my replacements this year and when the sun came out it was on. 1 to 2 a day I know of. When the new ones arrived, I had one hit right after I walked in with the mail. I quickly put them up and haven't had one in a week and a half. They work!
Ultraviolet Hawk Decals
Posted by Lynne52 on 1st Feb 2019
After years of hearing the sound of yet another bird striking one of our many windows resulting in the birds either severly injuring themselves or death, I finally happened upon a very reasonably priced potential remedy. Out of the pkg. they appear to be quite durable and of a quality mil (thickness). I'm only rating this as a 4 star due to the fact that I've just placed these Hawk Decals on the glass. It's still winter and typically the bird strikes occur come spring and summeer so we'll see just how effective the decals prove to be. I've chosen the "hawk" silhouette because it's a predatory bird and one to be avoided by the doves and other little birds that visit my bird feeders. But so far for the price it's a quality purchase
Posted by Unknown on 26th Dec 2018
These really do help with keeping the birds from hitting the windows.
Posted by Kathy B on 13th Nov 2018
This is my third set of hawks. I definitely think they have cut down on bird strikes, from many to almost none, and they look pretty cool too. They also last quite a while. Company was great, they accidentally shipped the wrong product but rectified without question and sent a little gift too.
Fewer bird collisions
Posted by Unknown on 12th Nov 2018
These seem to work. The larger hawks seem to work better than the smaller decals. I still put some dots on the window too
Birds Don't Like It
Posted by Neelix on 16th Jul 2018
I'm simply replacing some decals I bought last year ;although most are perfectly fine. I bought several different sizes so I could arrange them to eliminate any spaces large enough for a bird to consider flying through. Everyone I show them to is amazed how nice they look for doing such a great job.
Saved the birds
Posted by Kathi N on 8th Jun 2018
Birds were hitting our back windows 2 - 4 times a week, some didn't make it. After adhering the window alert stickers 3 weeks ago, we haven't had 1 bird hit the window. Fantastic Product!
Did not work
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on 26th Mar 2018
I have a cardinal that continues to fly against the window and I have stickers put on the windows as instructed. Very disappointed i the product
ignored the decal
Posted by Unknown on 5th Mar 2018
birds keep hitting the window anyhow..but lovely product and delivery good and design but did not work for pine siskens and jays!!! they seem to be oky with the rain but notice a bit of patchiness but we are closer to the ocean so humidity might be hard..I had some black shapes of hawks in the past but I was in the hills, and that seemed to do it so not sure if the dark color helps?