TRB’s Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Synthesis 23: Bird Harassment, Repellent, and Deterrent Techniques for Use on and Near Airports reviews techniques for reducing bird collisions with aircraft and the relative effectiveness of the various techniques.
In October 2011, TRB produced a webinar related to ACRP Synthesis 23.
In April 2013, TRB released ACRP Synthesis 39: Airport Wildlife Population Management to supplement the information contained in ACRP Synthesis 23. ACRP Synthesis 39 focuses on direct wildlife population control techniques. The combined information from the two syntheses is designed to help airports develop an effective integrated wildlife population control strategy and program.
Table of Contents
|CHAPTER ONE Introduction||3-4|
|CHAPTER TWO Integrative Damage Management||5-5|
|CHAPTER THREE Principles of Avian Ecology and Biology||6-9|
|CHAPTER FOUR Harassment, Repellent, and Deterrent Techniques||10-19|
|CHAPTER FIVE Conclusions and Information Needs||20-20|
|APPENDIX A Species List||30-30|
|APPENDIX B Ranking of Bird Species or Groups as to Relative Hazard to Aircraft in Airport Environments Based on a Composite Rank||31-34|
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