Is your city bird-friendly? North America’s birds are in trouble. A major study from 2019 reported that the continent has lost three billion birds in the last 50 years. That accounts for a quarter of all birds.
Many of these birds are our neighbours—common species that live in our towns and cities. Coordinated, science-backed action is needed to reverse this tragic trend.
That’s why Nature Canada is working with local partners to create Bird-Friendly Cities across Canada. We team up with nature groups, municipal officials, and other community stakeholders to ensure our urban environments are safe havens for birds rather than a source of threats.
From predation by domestic cats, to window and car collisions, cities and towns present many hazards to birds.
Bird-friendly cities are communities where:
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