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The FAA's Wildlife Strike Database contains reported bird strikes and wildlife strikes since 1990. You can submit strikes electronically through their website, query the wildlife strike database, or download the entire bird strike database. To join our electronic mailing list and receive notices of upcoming wildlife mitigation training and events click here.

Mission

The Center for Wildlife and Aviation engages the resources of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Prescott with other institutions including the Federal Aviation Administration, United States Department of Agriculture-Wildlife Services, Department of Defense-Air Force and Navy, Bird Strike International committee, and other concerned entities for the purposes of
  • Collecting, maintaining, and disseminating relevant bird strike data and bird strike research
  • Advertising wildlife mitigation training programs, management policies, and operational plans
  • Bridging the gap between the scientific community and stakeholders, including the general public, through effective communication, i.e. (press releases, public forums, how-to handbooks, web site, newsletters )
  • Certifying Qualified Wildlife Biologists and making the list of Qualified Wildlife Biologists available on this website
Slide Show Damage from Actual Bird Strikes
Damage from actual bird strikes.

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Recent Bird Strikes in the News

  • Incident: Southwest B737 at Baltimore on Dec 12th 2014, flock of birds
    The Aviation Herald
    2014-12-12
  • Radar technology brought in to tackle alarming number of animal strikes at Queensland airports
    The Courier-Mail
    2014-12-11
  • Airline officials: It was a bird strike, not a maintenance issue
    WPTZ News Channel 5
    2014-12-05
  • Incident: TACA A319 at San Jose on Nov 24th 2014, bird strike
    The Aviation Herald
    2014-11-24
  • Incident: THY A321 at Istanbul on Nov 20th 2014, Bird Strike
    The Aviation Herald
    2014-11-20


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