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Over 80 Partners and Growing

FLAP Canada wishes to thank our following partners for believing in the work we do. Together, we are inspiring vital change that strives to prevent bird/building collisions everywhere. Since 1993 we have recognized partnerships as one of the key components to fulfilling our mission and we look forward to embarking on countless more alliances in the years to come.

Acopian BirdSavers

American Bird Conservancy

American Institute of Architects

ArborVitae Environmental Services

Arnold Glass

Beaty Biodiversity Research Centre and Museum

Birds & Buildings

Bird Screen Company

Bird Studies Canada

BOMA Toronto

BOMA Canada

Canada Green Building Council

Canadian Peregrine Foundation

Canadian Wildlife Federation

Canadian Wildlife Service

Chicago Bird Collision Monitors

Chicago Audubon

City of Calgary

City of Markham

City of Toronto

City of Vancouver

CollidEscape.org

Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Detroit Audubon

DDB Canada

Dr. Bridget Stutchbury /York University

Dr. Daniel Klem, Jr.

Dr. Steve Hager/ Augustana College

Dr. Scott Loss / Oklahoma State University

Earth Rangers

Ecocern

Ecojustice

Feather Friendly Technologies

Friends of Second Marsh

Humane Society of the United States

International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council

John Robert Carley Architect

Juniper Park

Kevric Real Estate Corporation

le Nichoir Conservation Centre

LEED

Lights Out Audubon

Lights Out Boston

Lights Out Baltimore

Lights Out Houston

Lights Out Ohio

Lights Out Portland

Lights Out Toronto!

Lights Out! Wilmington

Millennium City Veterinary Hospital

Minnesota Audubon

North-South Environmental

Nature Canada

Nature NB

New York City Audubon

Project Safe Passage Great Lakes

Ontario Nature

REALpac

Royal Ontario Museum

San Francisco Standards for Bird-Safe Buildings

Sarah Hall Studio Inc.

Solitudes Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

Soft Advantage

Songbirds Only Avian Rehabilitation (SOAR)

SOLYX Bird Safety Film

Songbird SOS

Tom Bolton, Professor, David Dunlap Observatory, University of Toronto

Toronto Field Naturalists

Toronto Hydro

Toronto Humane Society

Toronto Ornithological Club

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority

Toronto Wildlife Centre

Toronto Zoo

US Fish and Wildlife Service

US Green Building Council

University of British Columia / SEEDS Program

Walker Glass

Wisconsin Humane Society

Wild Bird Trading Company

World Society for the Protection of Animals

World Wildlife Fund Canada

Wingsong Wildlife Preservation Alliance