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    An unintended building design flaw of a glass building has contributed to the harm of millions of birds in Canada and across North America. The information is from several years’ worth of data compiled by advocates and reviewed by CTVNews.ca show. 

    They grabbed data using reported bird deaths provided by Fatal Light Awareness Program (FLAP) Canada. The organization is a charity that has worked to increase awareness and address the issue of deadly collisions for about 30 years. CTVNews.ca was able to graph the data and noticed many of which include at-risk species.

    The data was compiled on March 22, 2022 from FLAP’s Global Bird Collision Mapper. The web app reports and views the locations of bird collisions with buildings across the globe. Many of the species that were unidentified and those with reported bird collisions outside Canada have been excluded for clarification reasons.

    For more information about the source click HERE