• Bird conservation starts with keeping birds safe

    Safeguarding migratory birds in built environments for over 25 years

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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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