Climate Quick Tips: Tips For Collision-Injured Birds

If a bird hits your window, gently place it inside an unwaxed paper bag or cardboard box firmly secured, recommends FLAP (Fatal Light Awareness Program). Ensure the bird remains upright, place it in a quiet location away from people/pets, and contact a nearby wildlife rehabilitation center for further instructions. Report bird collisions to the Global Building Collision Mapper, a citizen science database. 

FLAP (Fatal Light Awareness Program) offers information on how to keep birds safe from window collisions.

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