Proceedings of the 15th North American Birdstrike Conference

Allard, M.,  P. Molina and L. Graham-Sauvé. 2015. Managing bird strike risk through insect control: Two airport case studies. Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike Conference 15. 21 pages.

Barnes, W.J. and R.A. Dolbeer. 2015. Bird strikes with turbofan engines: is there a light-induced bias to left or right position? Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike Conference 15.

Bradbeer, D., K. Kirkby and G. Radcliffe. 2015. Shorebird management using trained falcons and teamwork at YVR. Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike Conference 15. 35 pages.

Buchan, A. 2015. Keynote address: Pilots: A bird’s eye view. Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike Conference 15. 14 pages.

Demers, C. and L. McVey. 2015. An Inside Look at Bird Ingestion Engine Certification Standards for Commercial and Business Jet Engines. Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike Conference 15. 28 pages.
Genter, K. 2015. Using ad hoc teamwork to influence a flock. Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike Conference 15. 57 pages.
Hansen, M., C. Rosenquist and T.K. Christensen. 2015. Identifying and dealing with potential goose hazards at CPH, Denmark. Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike Conference 15. 29 pages.

Harmon, L. and D. Hirchert. 2015. Wildlife hazard or national resource? Interagency collaboration and wildlife management at the Jackson Hole Airport. Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike  onference 15. 32 pages.

Kelly, T.C., E. Dillane, G. Keogh, N. Coughlan, B. Keogh and M.J.A. O’Callaghan. 2015. Who done it? Ingestions, species and phase of flight. Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike Conference 15. 50 pages.

Kumar, S. 2015. Eco-friendly BASHM measures: Exceeding Expectations of an Increasingly Eco Sensitive World. Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike
Conference 15. 35 pages.

Maripuu, T. 2015. Promoting GIS based bird and wildlife data collection by the airport operations and maintenance staff. Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike Conference 15. 21 pages.

Molina, P, M.G. Skelling, M. Allard and L. Graham-Sauvé. 2015. The challenge of assessing your wildlife program in 2015: KPIs are your answer. Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike Conference 15. 40 pages.

Nicholson, J., T.C. Kelly, N. Mitham and B.O. Mahoney. 2015. Population Recovery & Bird Hazards: Threats / Responses –case of Common Buzzard (Buteo buteo) in Ireland. Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike Conference 15. 33 pages.

Osmek, S.D. and E.E. Herricks. 2015. CONOPS and OPSCON*: One example of integrating avian radar into airport operations. Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike Conference 15. 35 pages.

Ronning, D., S. Pelletier, C.R. Foss and T. Scott. 2015. ‘Turn that light off please’: Update on the use of a non-lethal wildlife deterrence device. Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike Conference 15. 38 pages.

Searing, G.F. 2015. Survival and Management of Red-tailed Hawks at Vancouver International Airport. Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike Conference 15. 22 pages.

Shaw, P. 2015. What is remarkable is that it was remarkable! Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike Conference 15. 36 pages.

Szabo, I. 2015. Keeping Wildlife Control Personnel Safe: A first responder’s resource on avian mortalities. Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike Conference 15. 60 pages.See also the Beaty Biodiversity Museum website for the complete set of slides.

Takeda , Y. 2015. Operational improvement of Version 3 concept learned from the BIRDS at Haneda Airport. Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike Conference 15. 65 pages.

Thurber-Duggan, B. and C.O. Bowser. 2015. Evaluating helicopter/VTOL bird strike risks. Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike Conference 15. 22 pages.

Trageser, H.L., S.D. Osmek and R. Redmond. 2015. It’s not about the honey – mitigating airport bird hazards while attracting native pollinators. Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike Conference 15. 23 pages.

Vincenzi, D., D. Ison, B. Terwilliger & S. Kleinke. 2015. Airport bird activity monitoring and mitigation: The Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) approach. Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike Conference 15. 19 pages.

Wilson, F and M-A Fortin. 2015. A three-year long project to reduce bird strikes caused by the American Kestrel for the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Montreal International Airport. Proceedings of the North  American Birdstrike Conference 15. 27 pages.

Allerton, K, . Reed, J. Lengel, M. Knecht, D. Seal, P. Esposito and G. Griffin. 2015. Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Report 125: Balancing Airport Stormwater and Bird Hazard Management. Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike Conference 15. 10 pages.

Cwiklak, J. 2015. Threats and prevention methods to avoid bird strikes at the Deblin Military Airfield, Poland. Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike Conference 15. Poster.

Eubanks, D., C. Dove, F. Dahlan and S. Drovetski. 2015.Comparing two genetic markers used in the identification of diving ducks (Aythyinae) involved in Birdstrikes. Proceedings of the North  American Birdstrike Conference 15. Poster.

Viehoever, D.M. and C. Anderson. 2015. A survey of raptor management programs at North American Airports. Proceedings of the North  American Birdstrike Conference 15. Poster.
Dolbeer, R.A., S.E. Wright and M.J. Begier. 2015. Record number of strikes reported to FAA in 2014: Is this good or bad? Proceedings of the North American Birdstrike Conference 15. 21 pages.

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