We see it everywhere, bird matter on the tops of buildings and billboards. The human solution: anti-bird spikes.
Known in urban design as "evil architecture", these spikes are meant to ward off birds from perching on top of elevated flat surfaces. But that's not stopping the bird from finding ways to use the spikes to their advantage.
Birds will take the spikes us humans set out and make nests out of them! Not only to metal and plastic spikes poke, sticks also poke too. To them, what is the difference?
Seems like the war between humans protecting buildings and billboards and birds making their homes will be never ending. If there is a will there is a way, and we may be taking birds for granted. They are smarter than we think.