• Bird conservation starts with keeping birds safe

    Safeguarding migratory birds in built environments for over 25 years

    Warbler on a branch


At FLAP Canada, it’s our mission to inform and educate people to take actions that keep birds safe from daytime and nighttime bird-building collision threats; homes, workplaces or other built structures.

Over 25 million birds fatally collide with windows in Canada every year.


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- 1 day ago

The toll on birds from collisions with buildings @IrishTimes interview with @UrbanBirdman https://t.co/mVMsANgNKH
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- 1 day ago

RT @BirdsCanada: The Great Backyard Bird Count is on from now until Monday! What species have made your checklist so far? Thanks to all who…
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- 6 days ago

Building-related bird deaths and what to do about it: https://t.co/gWkddDzgmH #birdsafe https://t.co/MPCYutaSZf
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- 23 days ago

Thanks for your efforts- every little helps keep #birdsafe https://t.co/7POMsLAe7b
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- 23 days ago

RT @eyeonthefly: I've carried my bird-window collision data as far up the ladder as I can. The University now has all the resources it need…
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