HOW CAN AN AIRPORT IMPROVE THE PERFORMANCE OF THEIR WILDLIFE HAZARD MANAGEMENT EFFORT?
We specialise in appreciating the principal ingredient that is ethology which acts to unite habitat management, tool use, species identification and statistical data together, to form a fully comprehensive wildlife hazard management plan that will stand the birds cognitive test of time
Airports can improve their own performance by exploring the scientific details for each & every species that go beyond the basics of identification, morphology, physiology, anatomy, habitat preference, diet, breeding behaviour & seasonal movement.
The science of bird scaring is one of the most scientifically important of the required disciplines, while being the most frequently overlooked, relying on habitat management & presumption that no one can scare birds better than they do, is where the majority of airfields loose potential performance.
Many airfields are of the opinion that there exists little difference between a hired specialist and a member of their Ops team waving a plastic bag, in many cases they would be right, however we go above & beyond to demonstrate that there is indeed a distinction.