Blog Entries tagged with Bird Conservation

A Style for Every Season: Check out Our Commercial Window Marker Patterns

A Style for Every Season: Check out Our Commercial Window Marker Patterns

When you hear the term “bird deterrent markers,” what do you think of? Perhaps you think it’s an object that scares birds away, or envision an ugly, industrial-looking contraption that will obstruct your view and threaten the birds!

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What About the Birds that Don’t Migrate?

What About the Birds that Don’t Migrate?

Migration is a natural phenomenon that continues to inspire and delight researchers, bird watchers and individuals of all ages. However, what happens to the birds that don’t migrate, and what do they do during winter? At Feather Friendly, we recognize that both local and migrating birds make important contributions to not only our environment, but also our economy,...

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Celebrate Migratory Birds with Citizen Science Initiatives

Celebrate Migratory Birds with Citizen Science Initiatives

Did you know that the second Sundays in May and October are celebrated as World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) in Canada? This year, citizens around the world participated in fun and interactive virtual events to celebrate World Migratory Bird Day in May. People of all ages came together May 8th to show their support and to demonstrate how they like to “Sing, Fly and...

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Helping Birds Survive Human-Centric Environments

Helping Birds Survive Human-Centric Environments

Most of us don’t have to look very hard to find a bird: Whether they’re singing in our yard, fluttering around at the park or soaring above skyscrapers, birds are a fun and beautiful part of the backdrop of our lives.

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Enjoy Free Access to the CSA Bird-Friendly Building Design Standard!

Enjoy Free Access to the CSA Bird-Friendly Building Design Standard!

Have you heard? Feather Friendly® has sponsored FREE access to the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) A460:19 Bird-Friendly Building Design Standard. We believe that providing citizens, architects, government officials, planners and other professionals with education and resources will make it easier for individuals across diverse industries to adopt and enforce...

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Take Your Kids Birdwatching This Summer!

Take Your Kids Birdwatching This Summer!

Posted June 1st 2020 Take Your Kids Birdwatching This Summer! We love to watch our local birds (and protect them from window collisions!) all year long. But there’s something about the return of our migratory species, and the abundance of sunshine, that makes summer birdwatching especially exciting. Even if you’re awakened by early morning birdsong before the sound...

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How Feeding the Birds can Supplement Conservation Efforts

How Feeding the Birds can Supplement Conservation Efforts

Posted May 1st 2020 How Feeding the Birds can Supplement Conservation Efforts You have probably heard the phrase “Don’t feed the bears,” at least once in your life, but how about the phrase, “don’t feed the birds?” And although feeding the birds seems like a sensible way to help populations recover, and bird feeders are welcome additions to most backyards, maybe...

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Addressing Climate Change Through Bird Conservation

Addressing Climate Change Through Bird Conservation

Posted April 4th 2020 Addressing Climate Change Through Bird Conservation “It’s time—past time—that we start paying attention.” —Luke DeGroote on birds and climate change (National Geographic) Ah, spring. It feels good to see the grass again doesn’t it? In fact, many of us wish that spring would come early every year. We plan tropical escapes, check the forecast, and...

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Partners

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