Across the country, airports are facing challenges forced upon them by wildlife such as deer and eagles. Last January the issue was thrust into the national spotlight when a plane landed in the Hudson River and airport managers are finding an increasingly large number of animals crossing onto their airport runways.
Throughout the year, L.R. Kimball will be sharing our expertise in wildlife management with webinars and whitepapers. This week, we will be kicking off this series with a webinar about wildlife hazard issues. We will address how wildlife strikes affect airports, what you can do if you have a strike, and the components of assessments and management plans.
Visit our website to learn more about L.R. Kimball’s wildlife hazard assessment services.
In this week's session, participants will learn about:
- Regulations surrounding wildlife strikes and trigger events
- Why Wildlife Hazard Assessments (WHA) are important
- Overview of the WHA process and final reports
- Components of a Wildlife Hazard Management Plan (WHMP)
Tune in for 30 - 45 minutes of information that you can use in your organization. Best of it, it's free and all you need is a computer to attend!
When: Wednesday, February 17 at 11:00 AM EST
Where: From the comfort of your own office