On-going Support

Cooper's Hawk - Victoria, B.C.

Airport Wildlife Management Programs cannot be static or they will ultimately fail in their goal of risk reduction. As biological conditions change, species become habituated to the types of control available, or airport operations change and cause risks to change, wildlife programs need to be responsive to those changes. As well, detailed scientific analyses of the information collected as part of the WMP should be conducted annually. Similarly, recent developments in airport wildlife control should assessed in the context of hazards facing the airport to determine if new methods should be adopted and incorporated into the WCP. AWMI can provide support that is just a phone call away and assist your airport with credible reports and analysis to support your WCP.