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  • FLAP (Fatal Light Awareness Program) Canada

    PO Box 430
    Toronto, ON  M5C 2J5
    CANADA

  • 416-366-3527

@FLAPCanada on Twitter

- 1 day ago

@bobdolgan: The famed Ms. Howard of Wasaga Beach 🇨🇦 in Tarpon Springs, Fla., yesterday. Correct me if I'm wrong @ontarioplovers! 📸 Greg Dubois https://t.co/g2Zk0zGwUr
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- 1 day ago

@ggbeck: Placing #bird feeders close to windows & adding anti-window-strike protection (e.g. netting or @FeatherFriendly dots) are practical ways to reduce dangerous or fatal collisions. It's also very fun to observe sometimes elusive birds up close! Swamp Sparrow @BirdsCanada @scgardens https://t.co/X4hmaJhICq
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- 3 days ago

@secondmarsh: #WorldWetlandsDay is coming up on February 2. Wetlands are important for nesting, feeding and resting for birds. #SecondMarsh is one of these important areas. Photos: Tom St-Jean #Oshawa #SecondMarsh #FriendsOfSecondMarsh #OntarioWetlands #WetlandWednesday https://t.co/ItagOQY84N
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- 3 days ago

@PFWCanada: Bad weather can force robins to change habitats and move into suburban areas. At such times robins may visit feeders & eat just about anything. To help robins, try serving dried or fresh fruit +offer water. Plant native, fruit-bearing shrubs to provide winter food 📷Thomas Bretl https://t.co/GJtc6X8edS
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- 3 days ago

@birdsafecanada: Special Guest Feature: Vancouver Avian Research Centre. The two main visual illusions that lead to bird-window collisions. https://t.co/FPCsflqce1 https://t.co/MKi8UX7243 https://t.co/dXqxUNxjXw
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