Scientists Urge More Wildlife Strike Reporting
U.S. scientists tracking aviation wildlife strikes are concerned that pilots aren't reporting strikes often enough, even as the data show substantial growth in the number of large birds showing up as threats to aircraft. Matt Klope, with the U.S. Navy's Bird / Animal Aircraft Strike Hazard (BASH)...
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