French Airports Try New Approach To Wildlife Hazards

LYON, France—The French civil aviation authority DGAC is striving to convince airports to replace conventional bird-scaring patrols with more holistic biodiversity management. The DGAC supports the effort of “Hop! Biodiversité,” a not-for-profit organization created by Air France subsidiary Hop! in...

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