How one tiny bird changed my life in a big way

Thirty years ago, I was on a mission in downtown Toronto to understand the bird- building collision phenomenon.  I came across a common yellowthroat stunned but still alive at the base of a building, and in need of rescuing.  Ever so gently, I placed it in a brown paper bag, and drove with it to […]

Meet the Birds of Global Bird Rescue

Our woodlots have become a little quieter as the hordes of migratory birds have moved south. The occasional straggler remains, but it’s obvious that the fall 2019 migration season is coming to a close. This fall, FLAP Canada hosted the second annual Global Bird Rescue. During the first week of October, 52 groups from around […]