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Birds migrating

Bird-Friendly Initiatives that are Making Flyways Safer for Migrating Birds

Billons of birds will use flyways across North America to navigate south, or north, depending on the season. Although most birds migrate somewhere between April and September, we can all do our part to make flyways safer for birds year-round.

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Child bird watching with binoculars

Fall in Love with These Bird-Friendly Activities This Autumn

Gather your family and head outdoors to soak in the last few weeks of gorgeous, summer heat, and get acquainted with some of your backyard birds before they begin their Fall migration.

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Marc and Eliana from Birding by Bus with their 1978 VW Bus.

Ambassador Feature: Birding by Bus

If you're looking for some inspiration on how to incorporate bird-friendly practices into your day-to-day routine, read about how one of our amazing ambassadors, Birding by Bus, has spent the summer making their home safe for birds!

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Painted Bunting sitting at bird feeder

Which Birds Are Most Susceptible to Building Collisions?

There are many reasons why birds collide with windows. Although we can attribute seasonal spikes in bird-building collisions to the return of migratory birds, there are many local species that are at-risk year-round.

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Pigeon flying near large glass building.

Combatting Window Collisions with Bird-Friendly Solutions

Glass is everywhere. And while there's no denying that glass buildings and structures are attractive to the human eye, our affinity for aesthetics doesn't account for what glass might look like to a bird's eye.

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Child birdwatching with binoculars

Take Your Kids Birdwatching This Summer!

Birdwatching can foster your family's interest in protecting birds against window collisions and get your child involved in future conservation efforts!

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Bird at Feeder

How Feeding the Birds can Supplement Conservation Efforts

In addition to using Feather Friendly® bird deterrent window markers, participating in local bird counts, planting native plans, and supporting bird-friendly bylaws and legislations in your area, feeding the birds is just one way you can supplement your bird conservation efforts.

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Birds being fed by their Mother

Addressing Climate Change Through Bird Conservation

Birds aren't just vulnerable to climate change: Industrial development, natural predators, and natural disasters are some of the many stressors that birds face. Here at Feather Friendly®, we believe that making small changes can help support bird populations, and we can all do our part to protect the birds.

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We are honoured to form partnerships with organizations who demonstrate
an ongoing commitment to bird conservation.

American Bird Conservancy FLAP Canada Audubon Association of Zoos and Aquariums