The autumn has arrived with mean intentions and the native wild birds of Finland are back at our house expecting to be fed. That's no problem. We have three bird feeding locations sited around the property and as a rule we begin to stock them with food around mid September. Each feeding station requires refilling every morning and if I am a bit behind their schedule they'll come tapping at the window.:laugh:. Here's the problem One large window of the house is notorious for claiming many of my feathered friends lives and despite me leaving the WHITE blind in the down position this still does not prevent the birds from smashing into the window. Three great tits have lost their lives this morning which adds further to the toll of the last few days. I've tried hanging things in front of the glass but still the deaths occur. Does anyone have any suggestions. Thanking you in anticipation of your kind cooperation. Zaros.