Car owners rarely concern themselves with the unpleasant reality of bird poop. But for some reason, a car owner gets extremely irate when Tweety autographs his/her freshly washed vehicle.
If you park near a tree, it happens…a lot. Fortunately, there is an abundance (poop-load) of information on the subject. Even the Audubon Society comments on the subject. It provides tips on how to clean it up, and also comments on whether the color of a car has any influence on why it gets dumped on.
The uric acid in bird dooky will do significant damage to a vehicle’s paint, especially when it is left out in the heat for extended periods of time. A quality paint protection film (like DuraShield Titan XT™) resists damage from bird droppings, even after a week.
In conclusion, if your ride is frequently the target of avian bombing runs, invest in PPF. Your car with thank you.