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Nov 9, 2023

Although most wildlife strikes do not result in significant damage or catastrophic consequences, having a well-defined system for investigation when this does occur will help explain why the strike occurred, how it may be avoided in the future, and it may even be useful is cases of litigation. Significant strike...

Aug 31, 2023

Melbourne Airport is the primary airport serving Melbourne, Australia. With the upcoming addition of their third runway, they will be facilitating more than 77 million passenger movements and 429,000 aircraft movements each year. And their current wildlife management program is in a very good position to manage any...

Jul 3, 2023

Martin Ziviani and Kylie Patrick discuss the complexities of using lethal control to manage hazardous wildlife on airports.

Apr 30, 2023

Counting birds on airports is one of the standard elements of an airport's wildlife management program. This data can be used to measure the progress and effectiveness of your program, identify emerging issues, and assess risks. But these counts need to be well established and implemented to have any benefit. Martin...

Nov 30, 2022

Avisure is taking a break over the holidays but we'll be back with more great epsiodes from February 2023