Become a citizen scientist by helping identify Bird-Window Collision Hot Spots across the globe!
FLAP Canada leads the effort to prevent bird-window collisions, which happen both at homes (90%) and high-rises (10%). They do an amazing job of educating building owners and operators, regulators and architects on bird-safe building design and retrofits. They are also a leader in research in the field, and have created a simple online tool so anyone can help collect information about bird-window collisions.
If you see a bird hit a window at your home, cottage or workplace, or find a dead or injured bird on the ground at the base of any building, FLAP wants to know about it!
FLAP Mapper is easy to use. Just register as a Mapper user and enter your sighting using the simple form. By sharing your eye-witness encounter, you will be contributing to a global database for bird conservation, while help identify sites in your community in need of bird collision prevention strategies.
This is an easy and effective way to help save birds. It takes almost no time at all, and it makes a useful contribution to the information available to FLAP to inform their work.
Whether you are in Canada, the United States, Australia or Brazil, the FLAP Mapper enables you to enter a bird-window collision report from anywhere in the world.
To access resources for homes & commercial building design, click on the links below.