My parents have a brass kick plate on their front door.
Unfortunately, there is a bird that comes around almost every morning,
and poops all over the plate.
This morning my Dad was in the yard when it happened. The bird
apparently sees itself in the plate, (like a mirror), then pecks at it,
and then does his thing.
Any ideas as to how this can be solved?
Nope, definitely not a troll, and I posted about the cat/bird on the
I love the looks of a kick plate, but am beginning to think they are
more trouble than they are worth.
Well, my neighbors have two cats, and my parents live across the street
from me. This is not working.
If you read my other thread about "Another Frustrating Cat Question", it
is more than likely these cats that are urinating on my brass door plate.
And, to someone who thought I was a troll, no this is for real. :(
I did put some red chili powder on my door sill last night, and so far,
no problem. It may work, but it sure looks goofy.
I had a cardinal that would fly into the rear sliding glass door about
10 or 20 times in the morning. It lasted about a month, sometimes
every day, sometimes I think every 2 or 3 days. Then the next
summer, a cardinal -- I think the same one -- would fly into the door
in the morning 10 or 20 times, and after that he would go to the
sliding glass door on the front (north side) of the house and do the
same thing. Lasted about a month. He may have come back a third
summer. After that I didn't see him anymore.
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