• Subscribe

    Get all the FLAP news, migration alerts, and more.

    Carolina Wren

Bird Migration Alert

Subscribe to receive spring and fall migration alerts from FLAP Canada to help you prepare your home and workplace.

This contact form is deactivated because you refused to accept Google reCaptcha service which is necessary to validate any messages sent by the form.

FLAP Canada’s Email List

To keep up-to-speed on FLAP Canada’s work, subscribe to periodic updates and the bi-annual newsletter, Touching Down.

  • FLAP (Fatal Light Awareness Program) Canada

    c/o 123 Queen Street West, Box 199
    Toronto, ON  M5H 3M9
    CANADA

  • 416-366-3527

@FLAPCanada on Twitter

- 1 hour ago

Feeder placement is also important. https://t.co/0ILmJ2ifz5
h J R

- 1 hour ago

@GeorgiaAudubon: When your ducks are already in a row >>>>>> https://t.co/U30O1SnUzg
h J R

- 23 hours ago

@heidicleven: American Woodcock in Bryant Park two years ago. You can see the reflection of the buildings in its eye. It’s a perilous journey for them - they can’t see the glass. They’re migrating through now and several have already been found dead 💔 Please treat your windows if you can! https://t.co/Sotmb6I0sp
h J R

- 23 hours ago

@eyeonthefly: all my observations this week are also going on https://t.co/uo9XmMB61f for #globalbirdrescue
h J R

- 1 day ago

NEW BLOG POST: Today we shine a spotlight on our bird rescue volunteer, Anne van Elsen. A #volunteer since 2010, Anne offers her thoughts, “For us it is just a matter of time and effort but for each bird it is a matter of life and death.” https://t.co/UpTg4DXdyG
h J R