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As a FLAP Bird Rescue Volunteer, you will be trained with hands-on experience to work with injured birds. Bird Rescue Volunteers are concerned citizens and bird lovers like you, who work on the front lines. They patrol the downtown core in the early morning hours looking for injured or dead birds that have collided with buildings. Other rescue volunteers patrol throughout the day or early evening across Toronto, Markham and Mississauga.

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Are you interested in working with the public? FLAP is involved in several public awareness and education campaigns and needs help with workshops, staffing display booths, setting up displays and distributing literature. Do you like to write? How about writing articles about birds, or about your experiences with birds in nature for our newsletter, Touching Down? Do you like to communicate on Facebook or Twitter? Do you like to blog? How about posting, tweeting or blogging interesting facts about birds to raise awareness? Have you ever wanted to serve on a Board of Directors? FLAP has positions available that offer you an opportunity to contribute ideas for fund development and the many other activities that help keep FLAP moving forward on a mission to protect migratory birds.

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(416) 366-3527

Toronto, ON

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