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Do you want to learn more about bird-window collisions or find a group in your area who is dedicated to the cause? Search these websites for more information.


Audubon At Home provides recommendations to reduce the number of bird-window collisions occurring at your home.


Chicago Bird Collision Monitor’s Site provides information on what to do if you find a stunned bird and provides a database of past collisions at Chicago buildings.


The Birds and Buildings website summarizes the first-ever conference on window strikes at buildings. Held in Chicago in 2005, the website discusses best practices for reducing the number of collisions at buildings.


Flap stands for Fatal Light Awareness Program. Flap, which is located in Toronto, educates the public about how skyscrapers, broadcast towers, lighthouses, monuments and other tall structures affect birds. Flap urges companies to turn off lights at night during migration.


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