bird hazard

bird hazard

A hazard relating to the conduct of flight operations that results from the presence of birds, primarily in the vicinity of an aerodrome.
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Allan Rankin's one-acre water feature at his mansion in Darras Hall, Ponteland, could attract a variety of waterfowl, according to Baron Rochard, a national expert in aviation bird hazard control.
The release of racing pigeons is being tracked this year by the National Bird Hazard Committee (NBHC).
With over 30 years experience in the aviation industry and a resume which includes controlling pelicans at Jeddah Airport, Gordon Griffiths is well-equipped to take on Heathrow's bird hazard management programme.
Tenders are invited for Job contract for providing wild life management including bird hazard control by using crackers zone gun at m.
Once on the ground, TSgt Stiyer quickly assessed both the bird hazard situation and also the relevant safety considerations for employing lethal and non-lethal techniques to combat the rock dove presence and began coordination with SAA leadership to establish a sustainable program.
Contract Awarded for first laser based bird hazard technology at KRT.
Baron Rochard ( a national expert in aviation bird hazard control ( said increased waterfowl movements in the area would heighten the threat of birds colliding with aircraft.
Tenders are invited for Outsourcing Of Bird Hazard Combat Team (Bhct) Duties At Air Force Station Udhampur
Mr Rankin said he had offered to put in place a bird hazard management plan at his water feature, which would be equally as effective as the one proposed for the three lakes which now exist at Higham Dykes.
He also revamped the BASH program by changing the Bird Hazard Working Group format from a "briefing" to a round table discussion where ideas such as bird avoidance radar for the Global Hawk aircraft are discussed.
A bird hazard risk management assessment and management plan for the lake would have been a requirement of planning permission, but Mr Rankin and his advisers have decided they don't wish to apply for permission.
A 35-pound, black and white bundle of energy acquired from Border Collie Rescue (BCR), the Florida-based non-profit organization that trained him, Jet may be the first dog in the country used in a bird hazard reduction program at a commercial airport.