Nature Canada

Every year, 270 million birds die in Canada because of humans. Learn how our projects are working to protect our feathered friends as well as how YOU can change small things in your life to save bird lives.

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About the Campaign

Nature Canada believes that it is time Canadians understand how many birds die as a direct result of our choices and actions. From predation of cats to window collision, the numbers are shocking. Together, we can save bird lives, one action and one decision at a time, day by day. We can promote positive actions and work with all levels of society to make Canada a safer place for wild birds. Nature Canada is working towards protecting birds across Canada, but more specifically have focused our efforts on working to help species with troubling population declines. In our State of Canada’s Birds report, we found that grassland birds, aerial insectivores and shorebirds, are showing major declines in population. Check out below to learn more about the issues threatening birds across Canada, what current projects we are running to help these population troubling bird species, as well as how you can help!

How to Help

Whether you are interested in calling on the government to help birds or want to share our messages, every little bit helps. Join our email list today to learn more about our work with bird conservation. When you sign up you will receive updates on our current projects with plenty of opportunity to get involved!

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Canada’s wilderness is the world’s envy. It’s our duty to keep our true north strong and green.