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@FLAPCanada on Twitter

- 1 day ago

We are 2 for 2 on rescues from on-street training. Both Swainson’s thrushes- today’s bird just released. #MakeWindowsBirdSafe https://t.co/RPseP3Nkd6
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- 1 day ago

@kdlang: When discarding your mask, please consider cutting-ripping the ear straps loose. Apparently birds are getting caught in them. Thanks 🙏🏼
h J R

- 1 day ago

Today @UrbanBirdman patrolled in Markham, and picked up 76 birds. 22 different species and 18 of which where alive. Birds are really moving through, and this isn't even the busiest part of migration here for us. #GlobalBirdRescue https://t.co/0rqL07R6bI
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- 2 days ago

@tudoralexis1 Hello! Do you still have this bird? The best thing to do for an injured bird like this is to put it in an unwaxed paper bag or box in a quiet location with no food or water. Please call the Toronto Wildlife Centre ( 416 631 0662) and leave a message they will get back to you.
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