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  • FLAP (Fatal Light Awareness Program) Canada

    PO Box 430
    Toronto, ON  M5C 2J5
    CANADA

  • 416-366-3527

@FLAPCanada on Twitter

- 23 minutes ago

TIP OF THE WEEK: Avoiding bird strikes on your windows with @UrbanBirdman https://t.co/w8PMaOQ6ln via @orilliamatters
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- 7 hours ago

If you've experienced the heartbreaking thud of a bird hitting your window, know that you can prevent other birds from meeting this tragic fate. There are many easy and attractive options to make your windows bird-safe: https://t.co/Q1JD7TPmVT
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- 8 hours ago

@IdeaXchng: 🐦This virtual program, designed by @FLAPCanada encourages youth to appreciate the diversity of birds in their own neighbourhoods. Registration required: https://t.co/MgPCZehSDQ 📅 Tuesday, April 27 at 2:00pm #CityNatureChallenge #iNaturalistCanada #CNCWaterlooRegion https://t.co/Cbx7kfg6Nl
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- 3 days ago

A busy weekend for migrating birds #birdsafe #lightsoff https://t.co/5abrwZMtFE
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- 5 days ago

Birds that fall near entryways can be swept into the building and even stepped on. During migration season, keep your eyes to the ground, as there might just be a bird in need of help! Found an injured bird?: https://t.co/ccakn59zys https://t.co/3t9QKUDcxr
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