Reducing wind noise in AudioMoth recordings

Hi everyone. I'm wondering if anyone has tips for reducing wind noise in AudioMoth recordings. Our study sites are open paddocks and can be subject to high wind. Many recordings are unusable because of wind noise, but I think this can something to do with our case design. We currently just have a waterproof bandaid on the inside of the opening to the microphone (nothing on the outside). The problem is substantially worse for AudioMoth recordings than those collected with other sound recorders at the same sites. If anyone has any tips, I'd love to know. Thanks, Daniella.