FAA Regulations and Guidance
- 14 CFR 139 Section 139.337
Identifies the responsibilities certified Airport Operators have with respect to hazardous wildlife issues
|70-1||Outdoor Laser Operations
(12-30-04) provides information for those proponents planning to conduct outdoor laser operations that may affect aircraft operations in the National Airspace System (NAS). Also, the AC explains why notification to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is necessary, how to notify the FAA of the planned laser operation, and what action the FAA will take to respond to such notifications.
|150/5200-32||Reporting Wildlife Aircraft Strikes|
|150/5200-33||Hazardous Wildlife Attractants On or Near Airports|
|150/5200-34||Construction or Establishment of Landfills near Public Airports|
|150/5200-36||Qualifications for Wildlife Biologist Conducting Wildlife Hazard Assessments and Training Curriculums for Airport Personnel Involved in Controlling Wildlife Hazards on Airports|
|150/5200-38||Protocol for the Conduct and Review of Wildlife Hazard Site Visits, Wildlife Hazard Assessments, and Wildlife Hazard Management Plans (to be issued)|
|14-01||Seasonal Mitigation of Hazardous Species at Airports: Attention to Snowy Owls (PDF)|
|13-01||Federal and State Depredation Permit Assistance (PDF)|
|06-07||Requests by State Wildlife Agencies to Facilitate and Encourage Habitat for State-Listed Threatened and Endangered Species and Species of Special Concern on Airports (PDF)|
|04-16||Deer Hazard to Aircraft and Deer Fencing (PDF)|
|98-05||Grasses Attractive To Hazardous Wildlife (PDF)|
- Wildlife Strike Reporting - FAA bird strike report form: (FAA) Use this form to report a bird strike in the U.S.
Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs)
- Memorandum of Agreement Between the Federal Aviation Administration, the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Army, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the U.S. Department of Agricultureto Address Aircraft-Wildlife (PDF, 323 KB)
Airport Cooperative Program (ACRP) Reports
- ACRP Report 32: Guidebook for Addressing Aircraft/Wildlife Hazards at General Aviation Airports
- Synthesis 23: Bird Harassment, Repellent, and Deterrent Techniques for Use on Airports
- Synthesis 39: Airport Wildlife Population Management
- Synthesis 52: Habitat Management to Deter Wildlife at Airports
- Legal Research Digest 20: Airport Responsibility for Wildlife Management
Current Bird Hazard Mitigation Systems
- BAM: USAF Bird Avoidance Model.
- AHAS: (Operated by AET Environmental Services with DeTect, Inc as a subcontractor) The Avian Hazard Advisory System.
- International Bird Strike Committee: (International Birdstrike Committee) Web site for international committee devoted to bird strike risk reduction.
- Transport Canada: (Transport Canada) Comprehensive Canadian bird strike web site. Houses Control Procedures Manual among other information.
- Italian Bird Strike Committee: (Italy) Italy's Bird Strike Committee web site.
- U.S. Bird Strike Committee: (U.S. Bird Strike Committee) Web site.
- The German Bird Strike Committee was founded on 30 July 1964 at the suggestion of the Federal German Transport Minister, as a loose federation of the institutions and organizations involved in aviation.
- USAF Bird/Wildlife Aircraft Strike Hazard (BASH)
- Australian Gov't Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) has come about as a result of one of the recommendations of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau Report into "The Hazards Posed to Aircraft by Birds".
- The International Center for the Study of Bird Migration (Israel)
- Information Relating to UK Birdstrikes