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Caring for Victims of Building Collisions

We care for birds that are victims of building collisions year-round, but the number of injured birds we receive during spring and fall migration increases dramatically.


During migration, millions of birds may be flying over Georgia on any given night, and sadly, light pollution from cities confuses and disorients them, often putting them in peril. We've partnered with Georgia Audubon to educate the public about the importance of reducing outdoor lighting during migration periods and to provide care for injured birds found on Project Safe Flight routes.


You can help by making a donation to defray the costs associated with the medications, supportive care, and rehabilitation of these beautiful creatures. 

Please consider donating today!

We are a NonProfit Charity 501(c)(3) Organization.

Your donation may be fully tax deductible.


Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

This charming fellow hit a window in the spring of 2022. He was treated for head trauma, rehabilitated, and released.


Hermit Thrush

This Hermit Thrush, a winter resident in GA, struck a window and was brought into the center for care. He was released after rehabilitation.


Black-and-white Warbler

A stunning bird who collided with a window during migration and was successfully treated and returned to the wild.

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