During spring and fall, billions of migrating songbirds pass through our cities on the way to their northern breeding grounds or southern wintering areas. It is during these difficult journeys that birds are most at risk of colliding with our built structures.

FLAP Canada offers migration alerts for property owners and managers to alert them to times of peak bird migration activity. These notices allow building managers to take targeted actions— such as reducing lighting at night, retrofitting windows, and monitoring their buildings for dead or injured birds—when they are needed most.

Be a leader in green building management and sign up for migration alerts today.

Baltimore oriole killed in window collision

This Baltimore Oriole was killed in a collision with a building during its migration. Photo: FLAP Canada