• Bird conservation starts with keeping birds safe

    Safeguarding migratory birds in built environments for over 25 years

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Welcome

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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ADD BIRD-FRIENDLY GLASS INTO THE ONTARIO BUILDING CODE

Sign Petition to Update Ontario’s Building Code to Save Birds

Sign the petition for the MMAH to incorporate the CSA standard into the Building Code to save the lives of millions of birds.

MEDIA RELEASE: October 8, 2020

‘PETITION TO UPDATE THE ONTARIO BUILDING CODE TO INCLUDE BIRD-FRIENDLY GLASS’.

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Follow along with our blog where we flap about our volunteer and advocacy work, bird collision research, BirdSafe® and more.

@FLAPCanada

- 1 hour ago

This fall the City of Markham has been a hot spot for collisions, around 80 birds found on a single busy day, and there have been many busy days. With so many fatal bird collisions in the area, it is incredible to see recently retrofitted buildings during #GlobalBirdRescue! https://t.co/kUthNYcAq8
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- 3 hours ago

SPOTLIGHT: We ❤️ all our volunteers and the work they do for us and #birdsafe. Enjoy Vicki's story! https://t.co/GNT1YC64Ix
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- 3 hours ago

@HomebakedGates: Lovely article (and effort) to protect migratory songbirds by @FLAPCanada Board member Lisa Horn. Picking Up the Pieces: My Search and Rescue Mission for Fallen Songbirds https://t.co/aupthlIApi #birdsafe
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- 1 day ago

@BirdsCanada_ON: Spot on @Birder_Justin ! Shout out to the partners working hard on the Toronto Bird Celebration: @TRCA_HQ @ROMtoronto @TheTorontoZoo @ParksCanada @TorontoPFR @HumberArb @FLAPCanada @HighParkNC @birdingtoronto https://t.co/Yfvo8G2cqa
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- 1 day ago

@LondonMorning: Cats kill a lot of songbirds. You know what else does? Windows. @FLAPCanada wants Ontario's building code to change to require developers to use bird-friendly glass. At 8:10, we talk to @MichaelMesure about org's petition. See photo for quick fix. #ldnont https://t.co/gRf6rdpVpi https://t.co/uwuzLDK658
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Coupon Code

With your purchase of Feather Friendly® ‘DIY’ tape,  you can help FLAP Canada keep birds safe. Use the coupon code “FlapCanada2020” to ensure 10% of your purchase goes towards FLAP Canada’s bird conservation efforts.

How To Install Tape

Check out our blog post on how to install Feather Friendly® ‘DIY’ tape. If you have already installed your own window visual markers, we would love to hear about it!

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