ATLANTA — Discussions on whether to mandate bird-strike reporting in the U.S. or change the metric for calculating strike risks are tied to a broader theme underpinning the effort to make aviation safer through wildlife mitigation: the push for better data. Like many safety initiatives, improving airport safety through better wildlife management relies on collecting data, analyzing it, and acting upon the results. In the U.S., macro data strongly suggests that industry is succeeding. ...

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